Eagle-eyed fans spotted Meghan with her mobile phone out while in Melbourne - in a rare move for a senior royal.
The welcome included one young fan, Luke Vincent, who broke the ropeline to embrace the prince, playfully playing with his beard. She then took it off as she entered the building.
This is exactly the kind of reception the royal couple had hoped for.
The RFDS, the world's first flying doctors service, has provided critical healthcare to remote, rural Australian communities for 90 years.
The Royal couple's first major trip together comes just after they announced Meghan's pregnancy on Monday, with Kensington Palace confirming the Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019.
The royals are on day four of their autumn tour.
The Woodleys showed their appreciation for the royal's interest in their trying situation. The two could not have looked more in love as they walked hand in hand and wearing leis while on the beach.
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An IHMS spokeswoman told News Corp Dr Montana was stood down yesterday "for a breach of Regional Processing Centre rules". The group said at least 78 patients it had seen in detention over the past year had contemplated suicide or self harm.
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He added that the global oil sector needed $ 11 trillion in investment to meet future demand by 2040. Brent crude LCOc1 last week reached Dollars 86.74, the highest since 2014.
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The Vatican insisted at the time a papal visit would only be possible if Catholic priests were accepted in North Korea. But beyond a handful of state-controlled places of worship, no open religious activity is allowed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to make 76 appearances on their 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
"You are the salt of the earth". No, they are not letting some stupid rain come in between.
During the workshop on Sydney's iconic beach, Meghan reportedly told a beachgoer that "pregnancy was like having jet lag".
Harry bought the bracelet in Africa shortly after Diana's death (Pic: GETTY) "My dad told my brother and me to pack our bags - we were going to Africa to get away from it all".
The state's Department of Primary Industries has reported that 98% of NSW is declared in drought - slightly improving on August's 100% figure, Australia's ABC reports.
It means there is a lot of neon and colourful garlands being worn at the session, which encourages the discussion of mental health issues. You must not silently suffer. "We haven't thought of one as it's still quite early'". And also, Meghan Markle.