Prince Harry and Meghan have touched down in Dubbo where locals are eagerly waiting, with tea cups in hand, for a community picnic with the Royal couple.
Tea parties are in full swing in the regional New South Wales city where thousands have gathered in their finery for a royal feast with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
A few spots of rain have already teased the crowd and it is expected to get heavier with a thunderstorm due to roll through.
The Royal couple are set to visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service first up, followed by a trip to a local property to see first-hand the hardships farmers are facing with the drought.
They will then join fans in Victoria Park for a picnic to celebrate community spirit where Prince Harry will make a speech.
Dubbo is a popular destination for Royals with six official tours making it out to the city to date.
Yesterday the couple brought Royal fever to Sydney and greeted thousands of fans at the Opera House, including perhaps their biggest Australian fan, a 98-year-old war widow.
They also visited Taronga Zoo to open a new science institute and watched a performance by the Bangarra Dance Theatre.
Excitement over the first official Royal tour for the pair was stepped up a notch when the palace announced on Monday night that Meghan was pregnant.