As the couple tours Australia and other countries, the public is eager to congratulate them on their baby news, especially one little girl outside the Sydney Opera House.
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"This is for your baby," the girl can be heard saying in a video as she hands the royal mom-to-be a stuffed koala.
Meghan squatted down to the level of two young fans as a woman told her that one of them has the same birthday as the duchess.
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— Sydney Opera House (@SydOperaHouse) October 16, 2018
After Meghan received the gift, the couple said in unison, "That's so sweet."
"This is very nice, thank you," Meghan added.
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In another video, Prince Harry said that he plans to give the toy a name.
"I'll think of something," he said.
“I’ll think of something” Harry says he’ll think about a name.... for the toy Koala he’s just been given and presumably names are on his mind anyway #royalbaby @itvnews #RoyalTourAustralia pic.twitter.com/n4aXs5fKgL— Rupert Evelyn (@rupertevelyn) October 16, 2018
The trip Down Under kicked off Tuesday, just a day after the couple announced that they are expecting their first child.
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The baby is due in the spring of 2019. The pair got married on May 19, 2018.
Also on Tuesday, the couple watched a performance by the indigenous dance group Bangarra Dance Theatre and attended the opening of the Institute of Science & Learning at the Taronga Zoo, where they met koalas.
On the 16-day tour, the couple will also visit Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.