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Dubbo, Australia had been experiencing a two-year drought when the heavens suddenly decided to open up and drop buckets of rain on the area and royal visitors The Duke and Duchess of Sussex as well. As Harry took to the stage to deliver his speech, it started to pour. Lucky for him, he had his very own umbrella girl to keep him dry.

Ha! Suck on that, Mother Nature. Harry and Meghan’s love is so strong it can change the weather.

This is some kind of royal miracle, right? Because after TWO YEARS of no rain and then THIS, it’s like the goddesses above were weeping with joy.

That’s right, nothing and no one can resist these two, not even nature.

The Sussexes kicked off Day 2 with a picnic in the park with members of the community as well as a tour of a farm that has been in the same family for generations. And because Meghan is, well, Meghan, she knows not to show up to someone’s home empty-handed — so she brought homemade banana bread.

And it was a hit! Obviously.

But, really, it was all about Meghan and Harry bringing that well-known English rain where it was sorely needed. Though we’re really hoping this isn’t a sign that Meghan’s banana bread wasn’t moist enough and needed a little help. That would just be mean.