Other engagements in Dubbo included a (very wet!) picnic in the park where they watched a dance performance and met members of the public.
Meghan and Harry also dished out hugs to the rest of the school children, but it seems like it was little Luke who stole the show as the welcomed the expectant parents at the town's airport.
Luke's school principal, Anne van Dartel, later told royal reporters that her student, who has Down syndrome, loves beards because his favorite person in the world is Santa Claus.More news: Sears, the once-mighty United States retailer, files for bankruptcy
Royal protocol went out the window on Tuesday as Prince Harry allowed an adorable young fan to rub his beard during the last leg of his and Meghan Markle's tour of Australia.
Dunne said Meghan claimed to have heard all about her. And did we mention that you're also four months pregnant?
Locals said they had not seen rain like it for about two years - and that such weather was nearly as rare as having a royal visit.More news: 8 takeaways from Donald Trump's 60 Minutes interview
He said: I first came (to Africa) in 1997, straight after my mum died.
During a farm visit to meet the Woodleys, a family who have been affected by the devastating drought, Meghan brought along a loaf of homemade banana bread she had baked the night before while staying in Admiralty House.
If pregnancy has affected Meghan's energy, it has not stopped her bringing a new approach to the royal tour.
As HELLO! reported previously, Meghan and Harry announced their wonderful news on Monday, shortly after the pair touched down in Sydney for the start of their exciting tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.More news: Manchester United looking to sign Sergej Milinkovic-Savic in January
Meghan and Harry will meet youth leaders at the reception, including those from The Man Cave and This Girl Can initiatives.