WHEN Hervey Bay ambulance officers Graeme Cooper and Danielle Kellam committed an act of kindness last year, they would never have imagined it would land them an audience with royalty.

Mr Cooper, advanced care paramedic, together with patient transport officer Ms Kellam took a patient, Joyce, to visit the beach for the last time on the way to hospital in a spontaneous act of compassion.

The paramedics were invited to attend Fraser Island yesterday to have lunch with the Queensland Premier and meet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle along the Kingfisher Bay Jetty.

They brought with them two teddy bears dressed as paramedics for the royal couple's forthcoming new baby.

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