Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are embarking on the third day of their landmark 16-day tour of Oceania, a day after the Royal couple were drenched at a public picnic in the regional town of Dubbo, in New South Wales.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will start their itinerary on day three of their tour in the urban metropolis of Melbourne, where they will meet members of the public before being received by politicians at Government House.
The Royal couple will meet youth leaders and community members during their reception at Government House, including those from This Girl Can and The Man Cave organisations.
They will then tour a social enterprise cafe offering mentoring programmes to aboriginal youth.
In the afternoon, the Duke and Duchess will visit a local primary school before travelling to south Melbourne via the city’s famous trams in order to meet volunteers at a local beach patrol programme.