HEARTWARMING MOMENTS BETWEEN HARRY AND MEGHAN ON THEIR AUSSIE TOUR:
Touching down at Sydney International Airport on Monday, Harry protectively guided Meghan to an awaiting car. Just hours later, Kensington Palace tweeted that the couple were expecting a baby.
PROUD PARENTS TO BE
In their first appearance since the news of Meghan’s pregnancy broke, the couple smiled proudly and held hands on their tour through Admiralty House on Tuesday morning. It was there that the Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove gifted the couple a toy kangaroo with joey and a pair of tiny ugg boots.
Prince Harry jokingly scolded a man for gifting his wife a $500 bunch of flowers at Taronga Zoo on Tuesday morning. “You can’t give flowers that big to my wife, what is that all about?” Harry joked. Meghan thanked the man for the extravagant arrangement.
WATCH YOUR STEP
Later in the day, the couple held hands as they walked down the steps of the Sydney Opera House to the cheers of thousands of fans. Harry had his gaze on the steps as Meghan made her way down in a pair of sky-high stiletto heels.
Harry and Meghan have enjoyed their time with children on the tour and in many instances have crouched down to get closer to them. In a particularly touching moment in Dubbo on Wednesday, the couple ignored protocol and embraced five-year-old Luke Vincent, who has Down syndrome. The youngster pulled on Harry’s facial hair and handed Meghan flowers.
As Harry delivered a speech at Dubbo’s Victoria Park on Wednesday afternoon, Meghan held an umbrella over his head in an effort to shield him from the pouring rain. The former-actress encouragingly nodded as Harry spoke of the resilience of Australian farmers.