It comes after the couple visited a beach in Melbourne and drought-stricken farmers in Dubbo, New South Wales, as part of their 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
The day ran almost an hour overtime, but that didn't stop thousands of locals staying put at venues for a glimpse of the popular Duke and Duchess of Sussex - if not a hug.
Prince Harry hugging India Brown who had been waiting since 4am.
"So for her to be jetlagged and pregnant must be pretty exhausting", she said.
The Duchess of Sussex got a little more than she bargained for during a reception at Melbourne's Government House!
And it seems the Duchess was keen to show she meant what she said as she wore a pair of eco-friendly shoes for the occasion.
As Harry approached the crowd of fans, Sylvia desperately dangled her plastic bag of gifts and pleaded: 'Please come a little closer! They also visited the Royal Botanic Gardens, a cafe and a school.
Ms Connell said both Harry and Meghan used exercise as a way of keeping well.
Kensington Palace confirmed the happy news on social media, writing, "Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019", the statement read.
And on Friday, Meghan had a particularly early start, revealing that she woke up at 4:30am.
Raising awareness surrounding mental health issues has been a cornerstone of Harry and Meghan, as well as Prince William and Duchess Kate's, humanitarian work as royals.
Despite her TV star status, Sylvia was forced to stay behind a barricade as Harry and his wife Meghan Markle spent time on Bondi Beach.