MEGHAN Markle wasn’t afraid to muck in as she visited an Oz farm with husband Prince Harry.
The royal pair rolled up their sleeves to feed cows and other rustic duties at a drought-hit farm 30km outside of Dubbo.
Harry and Meghan were visiting the Woodley family as part of their tour of Australia.
Scott and Elaine Woodley run the farm full-time alongside their 23-year-old daughter Laura.
They took the couple on a short tour of the fields and paddock where they helped feed the cattle.
The family explained how they have adapted to the drought, before inviting the Duke and Duchess for morning tea at the homestead with their family.
The Duchess of Sussex even rustled up a banana bread to bring to the picnic.
She reportedly made the treat last night in the kitchen at Admiralty House.
But before they could enjoy elevenseys, she shed her blazer to get physical on the farm.
They were seen pouring cattle feed from a dirty bucket onto the fields.
And she looked keen to get down and dirty – even if her JCrew footwear wasn’t the most appropriate for agricultural hard-labour.
Meghan and Harry were greeted with hugs and flowers as they arrived.
Little Luke Vincent got up close and personal the royal couple, who announced they were expecting their first child on the eve of their first overseas tour together.
Both Meghan and Harry got an adorable hug from Luke, five, who told the Prince he was his favourite person after Father Christmas.
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Mum-to-be Meghan arrived wearing jeans by Aussie brand Outland, a shirt from Maison Kitsune, Boots from J Crew and a jacket from her friend Serena Williams’ collection and necklace by Natalie Marie.
The royal couple headed straight from the airport to meet with flying doctors where they learnt about childbirth using a mannequin.
They even had to contend with flies as heroic Prince Harry stepped in to swat them away from one woman.
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