And while he previously claimed his daughter was "terrified" over her marriage to Harry, Markle brushed aside his bad feelings and declared Meghan will make a "fantastic" mother.
The prince has appeared thrilled to have wife Meghan Markle by his side as the couple tour Australia as part of their first official overseas trip as a married couple. Created by Prince Harry, the games have been held annually since 2014. Here is what he had to say.
"It is great to be back in Australia, and especially even more so this is my wife's first visit here, so I am very excited to show her this incredible country of yours", Harry said in a speech at Admiralty House on Tuesday.
People can catch a glimpse of the Royal Couple as they will travel from Nausori Airport to Suva.
However, her choice in footwear for Sunday's event was a practical one, helping Meghan maintain her balance on the boat, which was out on the Sydney Harbor. Meghan is handling it well, but maybe the morning sickness part is over.
Jordanian King to end border land lease extension with Israel
Last week, demonstrators demanding an end to Israeli ownership of the lands marched in Jordan's capital of Amman last week. According to Blum, around 30 Israeli farmers will lose some 250 acres of land if the areas revert to Jordanian control.
According to a report by People, Harry began the speech by saying, "First of all, thank you for the welcome you have given Meghan and I over the last few days". You can assume she is at least into her second trimester or they wouldn't have announced the news yet. They are extremely excited and the entire world is going to be on baby watch until the arrival.
So, does Harry admitting that he'd prefer a baby girl imply that perhaps he already knows the sex?
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. She quit her job on Suits and is now living a totally different life. The newly-wed couple is expecting their baby in spring as announced by the Kensington Palace. On Monday, Oct. 15, Kensington Palace released a press statement sharing the exciting news to the couple's legion of fans throughout the globe.
"He's been there, he's done it, he's experienced everything that we have all been through", Australian cycling competitor Jarrod Kent said.
It is the same system that hit the drought-affected areas days before, including Dubbo when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex got poured on.