A Tweet from Daily Mail reporter Rebecca English showed the very sweet gesture from Meghan.
"Meghan and Harry now having tea with the Woodley family - Meghan has brought along some homemade banana bread she baked in the kitchen of Admiralty House last night - and some ‘Roya Blend’ Fortnum and Mason tea," she wrote.
The royal couple met farmers Scott and Elaine Woodley, whose area of New South Wales has been experiencing the most prolonged period of drought since records began in 1900.
The Woodleys said they had greatly appreciated Harry and Meghan’s visit, although had been somewhat shell-shocked at being chosen.
Mr Woodley said: “They were very interested to hear what we have been coping with the last few years. We can cope with a few months of drought but this has been two years and the hay has already been affected for next year. They seemed to understand exactly what we have been going through.
“They understood how we have been forced to sell so much stock, all of our breeding ewes, and how prices for grain have gone through the roof.”
Daughter Laura described the royal visit as “a bit surreal”, adding: “It was an honour and a privilege.”
The family said Meghan had made a cake for the family, describing it as “incredibly nice of her”.
Next Meghan and Harry will head to Victoria Park to enjoy a community picnic and celebrate the local spirit held within the region.
The tour will wrap with a visit to a local school working with young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
“Students will open up their classrooms to present their work and participate in a session of netball and touch football drills on the school oval, highlighting the importance of sport in education," a statement from Kensington Palace said.