The Duke and Duchess of Sussex thrilled thousands of fans outside the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday during their first meeting with the general public since the Meghan's newly announced pregnancy.
The Royal couple arrived in Sydney on Monday to kick-off their 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
And while Meghan is thought to be about 12-weeks pregnant, she and Prince Harry have made the most of the first day of their tour.
Meeting members of the public outside Sydney Opera House.
The Duke & Duchess of Sussex completed their visit to the Sydney Opera House with a walk along the Western Boardwalk where the public were able to catch a glimpse of the couple. Photography courtesy of Penny Bradfield/Auspic/DPS #royaltouraustralia #sydneyoperahouse pic.twitter.com/Njxr7fQfrN
Treated to a private dance showcase.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex view an incredible performance of 'Spirit 2018' by @BangarraDance – who are preparing for their International Tour to India and Japan. #RoyalVisitAustralia pic.twitter.com/HAC87yXJff
Visiting Taronga Zoo and having baby koalas named after them.
Receiving authentic Australian headwear from Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove and Lady Cosgrove.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are welcomed by the Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove and Lady Cosgrove at Admiralty House, Kirribilli, with Akubra hats, as they begin #RoyalVisitAustralia 🇦🇺 pic.twitter.com/PwJNKWEBZ1
Meanwhile, Meghan and Harry have taken on doctor's advice on how Meghan can best avoid outside areas where there is a risk of contracting the Zika virus on their trips to Fuji and Tonga.
The couple is taking precautions by only Harry visiting Fiji's Solo-i-Suva forest for the unveiling of the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy and the same for their planned trip to Suva's War Memorial, The Sun reports.
The pair will spend a total of three days in Fiji, and a day in Tonga.