Inside The Eerie Remains Of Historic Towboat That Once Served As President Franklin D Roosevelt\'s Mississippi River Headquarters

The royal couple have already taken Australia by storm as they started their historic first international tour together also taking in New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga over the next 16 days. Today culminated in a Sydney reception at the grand Admiralty House overlooking the city's opera house where the giddy Duchess of Sussex said she and her husband are 'excited' about becoming parents. Meghan spoke to mathematician and Australian TV personality Eddie Woo, 33, at a reception at and conversation turned towards parenthood. When he said that his own children - aged five, seven and 10 - require 'a lot of energy', she replied: 'We're ready! We're excited to join the club'. And Meghan also spoke to Australian Singer Missy Higgins, and lavished compliments on her nine week old baby Lunar, who slept soundly during an afternoon reception where Harry told guests: 'Thank you for the incredibly warm welcome and the chance to meet so many Aussies from all walks of life. And we also genuinely couldn't think of a better place to announce the upcoming baby, be it a boy or a girl.' It came at the and of an extraordinary day where thousands turned out to see the couple across Sydney and congratulate them with Meghan telling crowds: 'What an exciting time. I've been so happy'. First at Admiralty House they were given Ugg boots and a stuffed kangaroo with a joey in the pouch for Baby Sussex from Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove and Meghan declared: 'Our first baby gift'. They then met Findlay Blue , four, and Dasha Gallagher, six, after they officially opened the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning at Taronga Zoo.

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Inside The Eerie Remains Of Historic Towboat That Once Served As President Franklin D Roosevelt\'s Mississippi River Headquarters

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Inside The Eerie Remains Of Historic Towboat That Once Served As President Franklin D Roosevelt\'s Mississippi River Headquarters