Meghan and Harry visit drought-stricken area of New South Wales on Australia tour

Prince Harry and Meghan get a hug from 5-year-old Luke Vincent at Dubbo Airport after arriving in the rural New South Wales town.

(CNN)Harry and Meghan's royal tour of Australia took in a visit to a struggling, drought-stricken farming area of New South Wales Wednesday, after stopping by the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) -- a lifeline for many in the vast, rural areas the state -- to unveil a new aircraft.

The UK's Prince Harry and wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, landed in the town of Dubbo, an hour's flight northwest of Sydney, to a warm welcome, chatting with local schoolchildren as they arrived.
Meghan is greeted by schoolchildren following her arrival in Dubbo.
The welcome included one young fan, Luke Vincent, who broke the ropeline to embrace the prince, playfully playing with his beard. He then handed a bouquet of flowers to the Duchess before hugging her as well.
    Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, gets a hug and a bouquet of flowers from 5-year-old Luke Vincent.