The Duchess of Sussex had a full day of events while on her royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga, on Tuesday, but still managed to bake a loaf of banana bread from scratch to take as a gift to a family in Dubbo, Australia.
Meghan, 37, and Prince Harry, 34, visited Mountain View farm where the couple was hosted by the Woodleys.
The couple met Emily Carroll and her 13-month-old daughter, Ruby, at the barbecue, and Emily told The Evening Standard that the parents-to-be are “great with kids.”
Meghan -- who announced she was pregnant earlier this week -- impressed the group by bringing her homemade banana bread to the gathering after baking it in the Admiralty House where she stayed in Sydney, Australia, the night before.
Visiting a farmrun by the Woodley family in Dubbo today, Meghan took a home made banana bread with her as a gift. It went quite quickly pic.twitter.com/K6CCjcvOvP
“She said if you go to someone’s house you always bring something, so she did,” Emily noted. “She said she was worried about the bananas, that she’d put too many bananas in it. But the Duke said there’s never too many bananas.”
Several royal reporters shared photos of the tasty baked good, which the couple presented alongside a canister of Fortnum & Mason tea — the royal blend, of course!
It was a big day for Meghan, who was reported as saying she was “a bit tired” and “running on adrenaline.”
For more from the royal tour, watch the clip below: