Australian Radio Show Surprises Prince Harry With Choir Singing His Wedding Song

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The secret behind Prince Harry's ring has been revealed as a smart ring that tracks his sleep and fitness.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry continued their royal tour in Melbourne, Australia, on Thursday.

Harry and Meghan also rode a local tram taking several students to school, and while on the public transit, the pair got asked about the recent exciting news that they're expecting their first child together.

It takes constant readings of body temperature, heart rate and movement and allows the user to see the results by using the accompanying app.

As Harry and Meghan greeted well-wishers in Melbourne, morning show hosts Fifi, Fev and Byron of Fox 101.9 had a plan in place, with numerous members of the crowd secretly enlisted to sing a very special musical number in honour of the couple's visit: Ben E. King's "Stand By Me", the newlywed's royal wedding song.

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Meghan called her new pooch a "she" while chatting to guests at the Survivors" Network in Brighton back in early October, and joked that people keep "getting her name wrong", shutting down reports that they had named their dog "Oz'.

The post came from a Meghan Markle fan page that Eugenie isn't following, which means that she found the photo on her Instagram discover page.

"I'm not sure I will be good", she nervously laughed as she delicately threw the ball to one of the women.

At a private meal, the Royal couple enjoyed a shared entree of mushroom and quinoa nest and chargrilled kangaroo and main courses of wild boar, saffron risotto and barramundi.

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