On Thursday, the Duchess of Sussex, who announced Monday she and husband Prince Harry are expecting their first child, tossed an Australian rules football around during the third day of the royals' worldwide tour.
Meghan was given the launcher, which she pressed to start the model cars, but hadn't been expecting the loud noise and smoke that came when the cars took off.
Prince Harry hugging India Brown who had been waiting since 4am.
The couple are now on their official 16-day Autumn tour visiting cities in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
Among those who did not make their way to school was Rhys Pratt, eight, who begged his mother Naomi to take the day off. A palace spokesperson said that Ragland said she is "is very happy about this lovely news and is looking forward to welcoming her first grandchild".
And the Duchess of Sussex did just that by trying her hand at Aussie Rules football in Melbourne.
From there, they will head to a reception being held at Government House, before being treated to a Melbourne tram ride.
Harry complimented the flag, saying it was "cool", and thanked Rhys for coming to meet him.
"I'm not sure I will be good", she nervously laughed as she delicately threw the ball to one of the women.
VicHealth chief Jerril Rechter said the This Girl Can program, which started in the United Kingdom, was about getting women from all walks of life to be active. She did a handball.
They then headed to a restaurant that mentors indigenous chefs with chargrilled kangaroo and wild boar on the menu, according to broadcaster Channel Nine.