Meghan Markle is back to her royal duties. It was also reported that they were trying to pace Meghan so that she doesn't overdue it during the tour.
Then, on Tuesday, Meghan and Harry broke royal protocol by allowing the Duchess to snap a selfie with a sweet girl who resembled her when she was young.
The former "Suits" star is still expected to travel to Fraser Island - which is the world's largest sand island and can be hard terrain for pregnant women - but it is thought she may not take part in as many engagements as originally planned.
First they announced Meghan's pregnancy less than half a year after getting hitched, and now it appears Harry's already practising his embarrassing dad act months before his kid's even been born.
Come Thursday, Meghan was the recipient of another sweet gift from one of her younger royal fans.
Prince Harry officially opened the Invictus Games at the Opera House on Saturday night after a wild electrical storm delayed proceedings by more than an hour.
She said: "I would hope that - for the sake of the baby, the family, the world and my dad - that leaving him out of the statement was not intentional".
Charlotte Waverley said she spoke with the Duchess of Sussex, who told her that "pregnancy was like having jet lag".
The former actress will accompany Prince Harry to Fraser Island, the world's largest sand island, but she may alter her schedule while there given the hard terrain. They waved to the crowd as they made their way across the harbour, before boarding the boat, which had been anchored just metres from the spot at Farm Cove where Prince Harry's grandmother Queen Elizabeth first stepped onto Australian soil in 1954. Last week at Bondi she told a wellwisher she had been up at 4.30am doing yoga. According to Entertainment Tonight, while aboard the tram, a 12-year-old student by the name of Charlie Wolf asked the newly pregnant couple if they had thought of any names for their unborn child.