From receiving her first baby gift, to rocking a blazer by Serena Williams with a sleek ponytail, Meghan's first royal tour has been quite the whirlwind. But despite the exceedingly busy schedule, for their visit to Mountain View farm in Dubbo to meet the Woodley family, Meghan baked banana bread. That's right, the Duchess pretty much just landed in Australia, and already she's baking.
Royal correspondent Rebecca English posted a photo of Meghan's baking on Twitter, along with the caption, "Presenting Meghan’s home-made banana bread! #Dubbo," and it does not disappoint:
Apparently the Duchess also brought some English tea along with her, proving that she's truly embracing her new role within the British royal family. Per English:
"Meghan and Harry now having tea with the Woodley family - Meghan has brought along some homemade banana bread she baked in the kitchen of Admiralty House last night - and some ‘Royal Blend’ Fortnum and Mason tea."
And just in case any American fans want to get their hands on some of that "Royal Blend," fan account Meghan's Mirror pointed out that it's currently available in the United States, too:
Sadly, Meghan's banana bread isn't available to buy just yet, but it's clear that anyone getting to sample the Duchess' baking is incredibly lucky. Of course, for her first solo engagement as a royal earlier this year, Meghan released a cookbook with a group of women affected by the Grenfell Fire, so at least you can learn to cook like a Duchess: