If your heart hasn't already thawed after seeing pictures of with an umbrella today, prepare for some serious melting.
This morning, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex touched down in to a warm welcome from children from nine schools in the area.
During their meet-and-greet, the couple were inundated with hugs, handshakes, and cheers as the eager children met the famous pair.
However, it was one little boy in particular that caught the attention of the father-to-be.
Harry, who on Monday, bent down to speak to one little boy called Luke waiting in the crowd, who proceeded to tug on the Duke's ginger beard.
During the encounter, the little tyke revealed his favourite person is Father Christmas (hence the beard pulling, we presume), before hugging Harry and Meghan and reluctantly letting go.
Buninyong Public School principal Anne Van Dartel told the : 'He got a hug from Meghan and then Harry bent down to speak to him and Luke didn't give him any choice. Luke's favourite person in the world is Santa Claus, who has a beard. So he rubbed Harry's beard.'
'It's been a wonderful experience for these little country kids to meet people they've only ever seen on TV.
The couple's visit to Dubbo marks their second day of their first international tour together which will also take them to New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga over 16 days.
Later in the day, Meghan - who wore an for the occasion - admitted early and she is 'running on adrenaline'.
That said, she showed no signs of exhaustion and even bought along a homemade banana bread to a bake sale that afternoon.
The day before, Prince Harry gave a speech at a reception hosted by the Governor-General and Lady Cosgrove at Admiralty House in Sydney and nervously spoke about Meghan's pregnancy for the first time.
Sliding in a couple of 'dad jokes' into his speech (getting tips from Prince William, Haz?) about the weather and party, the 34-year-old said: 'You'll also notice that we had a roof on our boat earlier after last year's downpour, and luckily Sydney's sun is shining today, so thank you for organising the weather.
'We're both absolutely delighted to be here, and really impressed to see you serving beer and tea at an afternoon in true Aussie style,' Harry added.
'But genuinely, thank you for the incredibly warm welcome and the chance to meet so many Aussies from all walks of life. And, we also genuinely couldn't think of a better place to announce, uh, the, uh, the upcoming baby. Boy or girl. So thank you very, very much.'
Our hearts have successfully been turned to mush.