Prince Harry then issued a challenge to Aussies watching on at home, quipping, "And it's not how many shrimps you can put on the barbie". He is excited and talking about their child on the way. "And I think that's what we're like".
Krystal, who did an Aboriginal art floral painting, said: "They said hi and "nice to meet you".
Addressing the crowd of thousands exactly 45 years to the day since his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, officially opened the iconic landmark, was a proud moment for the 34-year-old as he launched his fourth games. Here is what he had to say.
The couple is making several stops while they are in Australia. She further added that pregnancy is a new phase in every woman's life and wishes that Markle has an unbelievable one as she always wanted it to be. Priyanka was also part of Meghan's bridesmaid squad at The Royal Wedding in May.
So far, Meghan and Prince Harry haven't shared exactly when their baby is due.
One woman wrote: "It's wise and you could see the exhaustion on her face, nothing is more important right now than that precious little one".
"They've enabled me to handle people more, they've got something to approach me about". In a candid moment caught on camera, a sailor from the USA team boarded the same boat and proceeded to lift Harry off his feet in a big bear hug, as seen below in the video by Nine News Australia (around the 2:06 mark).
Comments from the father-to-be this week suggest the couple do not yet know the gender of their unborn baby, the DailyMail reports.
Meghan Markle decided not to attend the cycling events on Sunday morning with disappointed onlookers shouting out to Prince Harry, "Harry, where's Meghan?". She quit her job on Suits and is now living a totally different life. Priyanka also gave a massive shout out to Meghan Markle as she released her first cook book.
On October 15, a statement came out from the couple announcing their baby on the way.
The pair braved the choppy seas and took a small rib boat out to a 40ft Hanse 400 yacht, where they laughed and smiled while watching the racing, standing up at times for a better view of the action.
The couple are now part-way through a gruelling 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga - their first official visit outside the United Kingdom and Ireland - with 76 events on their schedule.
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