The royal couple seem to have found their dream fans - school kids.
Five-year-old Luke Vincent of Buninyong, was completely charmed by Harry, tickling his beard. Watch the adorable moment in the video below!
After the couple chatted to the city’s mayor Ben Shields and their engagements for the day include the unveiling of a new aircraft to mark the 90th anniversary of the Royal Flying Doctor Service, meeting a drought-affected farming family and attending a community picnic.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who just confirmed they're expecting their first child in the Spring of 2019, are going full steam ahead with their Royal Tour of Australia.
After arriving on Monday, and then kicking of their duties on Tuesday - which saw the pair visit Taronga Zoo, greet fans at the Opera House and most exciting of all: Markle unveiled her baby bump - they are in Dubbo.
At about 9:45am Tuesday morning, the Duke and Duchess were snapped arriving at Sydney's airport jet base for their RAAF flight to Dubbo.
The mum-to-be seems to be dressed, ready for an active day.
She is rocking Outlander jeans, a shirt by Maison Kitsune, boots by J Crew and a jacket from the Serena Williams collection.
And she was snapped clutching her brand new Akubra hat- which was gifted to her by his Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove and his wife, Lady Cosgrove.
Erica Bartle from Outland Denim, is "absolutely delighted" with the Duchess' choice.
WHO's senior writer Lauren Irvine is currently in Dubbo, awaiting the exciting visitors.
She tells us, "Dozens of media are arriving at Dubbo regional airport anticipating the royal couples arrival."
Adding, "The atmosphere is buzzing!"
Also awaiting the royals 20 students who were selected from six primary schools, with the student sitting in the airport with handmade gifts and signs at the ready.
"They're all lining up with flags and are so exciting to welcome them to Dubbo," Irvine reports.
She tells us judging by the small size of the airport, it is likely everyone there will get a chance to see and maybe even talk to the Duke and Duchess.
The Mayor of Dubbo, Ben Shields, is also at the airport, with an Aboriginal Elder - to formally welcome the couple.
According to royal Getty photographer Chris Jackson's Instagram Stories - They've landed!
Irvine tells us the couple landed to the warmest welcome, with the local elder embracing them as they arrived.
The Duke and Duchess then waved to everyone before greeting each of the students who awaited their arrival.