Prince Harry and pregnant Meghan Markle visit Australia

Confirmed! Prince Harry, Meghan Markle are expecting first child

The world is abuzz with news of Meghan's pregnancy on Tuesday, just hours after the princess and Prince Harry touched down in Australia for a 14-day royal visit.

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex with ties to one soap, has big news for the world: She's having a baby!

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have embarked on the first Commonwealth tour as a married couple.

The couple married in May at Windsor Castle, in a ceremony that brought some of the traditions of the royal family into the modern era.

Mum Pauline and her twin six-year-old daughters Grace and Willow drove up from the southern highlands to catch a glimpse of the royal couple.

They will also visit Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, with the main event this year's Invictus Games being held in Sydney.

Meghan and Harry chat with Daphne Dunne.

On Friday, Meghan was spotted wearing a loose-fitting, long coat at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding, which only ramped up rumours that a new royal baby was on the way.

Since the spring is forever away, we made a decision to consult free, online "baby makers" to take a peek into the future and get a glimpse of what the seventh-in-line to the throne could potentially look like.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle receive gifts from Australia's Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove and his wife Lady Cosgrove at Admiralty House in Sydney, Australia on October 16, 2018.

After their arrival Monday in Sydney, Harry and Meghan held hands and walked out an airport rear entrance and into a auto.

The couple is expected to welcome their first born in Spring 2019.

Kensington Palace also confirmed to ET on Monday that Meghan has passed the 12-week mark in her pregnancy and is in "good health". "Wishing them all the best", May tweeted.

"I want to. commend Prince Harry for his tremendous initiative in lifting the spirits of every single service man and woman all around the globe", Morrison said.

Love Wainuiomata, a group set up to promote the area as a destination, created a video asking Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to drop in during their tour.

They then walked over to Heidi Carfax-Foster waiting with her three children, Layla, 13, Indiah, 10 and Archie, 8, ready with their handmade cards.

The decision came after consultations with doctors, Kensington Palace said. When asked about children, Harry said they planned to take things "one step at a time, and hopefully we'll start a family in the near future".



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