A young girl was standing in the crowd with a shirt that read "Girls Can Do Anything", and not to mention she looked remarkably similar to a young Meghan Markle.
“We feel she looks a bit like you,” a person in the crowd is heard telling Meghan, 37, in a video posted by Harry_Meghan_Updates on Instagram.
The Duchess of Sussex replies, “I was literally about to say the same thing!”
“And I love your shirt,” Meghan is also heard saying.
Harry, 34, then takes a fan’s phone to snap a photo of Meghan with her mini-me — a rare move for the prince, who usually adheres to the royal protocol of no autographs or selfies.
Later, in the same crowd Harry spotted 98-year-old war widow Daphne, whom he has met several times.
After spotting Daphne in the crowd at the Sydney Oprah House, Harry greeted the war widow with a warm embrace.
"How are you?" she asked him
"Very well," he replied.
"I heard the good news this morning," Daphne continued, referencing the announcement that Harry and new wife Meghan Markle are expecting their first child.
Harry was clearly keen to introduce Daphne to the former actress.
"I'm going to get my wife to come over and say hello as well," Harry said.
Daphne greeted Meghan with arms wide open.
"It's so nice to meet you," Meghan said before Daphne offered her congratulations on the pregnancy.
"What an exciting time, yes I'm so happy," Meghan, 37, said.
Daphne responded: "It's just what Harry needs."
Harry and Meghan will make their way to Dubbo today for more royal engagements.