Duchess Meghan Markle baked her own banana bread in Australia

Duchess Meghan Markle baked her own banana bread in Australia

Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex visit a local farming family, the Woodleys, in Dubbo, Australia, Oct. 17, 2018.

In an offering clearly showing she's fully embraced her adopted hometown of London, Meghan brought along a British favourite - a tin of Fortnum and Mason "Royal Blend" tea.

Prince Harry and Meghan, on their first global tour since marrying in May, also visited the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Dubbo.

After a busy first day on the royal tour, the Duchess of Sussex went back to Admiralty House where they are staying to bake a loaf of banana bread to bring to Dubbo.

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The former Suits actress was speaking from Mountain View farm, in Australia, where she and Harry were hosted by the Woodley family, who have been on the land for five generations.

"I know that life has not been easy, you have just lived through two years of drought", AAP reported Prince Harry said to the 15,000-strong crowd during his speech.

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Britain's Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, arrived with the gift of much-needed rain and cheer on Wednesday for the rural Australian city of Dubbo, where farmers are struggling with a prolonged drought.

School captain Grace Gower said they felt privileged they chose their school to visit, and were also grateful they brought the rain.

She said: "He got a hug from Meghan and then Harry bent down to speak to him and Luke didn't give him any choice".

"A smile, a wave. a hint of the baby's name, an invitation to the pub", she said.

Meghan Markle baked her own banana bread to take to a family in Australia.

The team of doctors said meeting Prince Harry and Meghan was a welcome change of pace.

While rain in recent weeks has been welcome, much more is needed to fix the economic and environmental ravages of the extended dry spell.

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