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Effortlessly, like they've been riding trams all their lives, especially in the case of Markle who even employed the famous 'duchess slant'-the protocol all royal ladies adhere to when sitting, instead of crossing their legs they lock their knees and ankles together in an elegant slant-during the ride.

The Queen is also said to be carrying a mobile phone on her at all times, but the royals' phone numbers are reportedly a major security issue.

Meghan, Duchess Of Sussex and Prince Harry have been given a "long list" of baby names to help them decide what to call their first child.

Royal watchers were quick to notice the Duke of Sussex has been sporting a black titanium ring during his tour of Australia with wife Meghan Markle.

"I thought it would be suitable because we didn't know if it was a boy or a girl and both boys and girls like bears".

Earlier that day the Duke and Duchess met locals along Government House Drive before heading into Government House for a reception hosted by the Governor of Victoria the Honourable Linda Dessau AC.

"Oh, you're going to get me in trouble", he said, per The Sydney Morning Herald. "I'm not sure I did it right!", she added.

Jerril Rechter, chief executive of VicHealth, who showed the duchess around the event, said: "She did pass an AFL football". She did a handball.

Meghan and Harry diligently inspected a scaled miniature Formula 1 auto designed and made by Trinity Grammar students, but as the mini vehicle zoomed down a makeshift track, Meghan jumped and covered her mouth, before nervously bursting into laughter.

After lunch at Mission Australia's Charcoal Lane social enterprise restaurant, the couple headed to Albert Park Primary School where hundreds of screaming and jumping schoolkids greeted them.

They ate an starter of mushroom and quinoa nest, and chargrilled kangaroo, followed by a main course of wild boar, saffron risotto and barramundi.

Later in the day she switched her high heels for some more forgiving flats.

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