The parents-to-be (Meghan is entering her second trimester!) attended a welcome event at the Admiralty House on Oct. 16 in Sydney, Australia. They held hands once again!
For one of the first tourist attractions the couple glimpsed Down Under, they arrived at the Man O’ War steps hand-in-hand.
Later that day, they clasped hands once again as they descended the steps at the Sydney Opera House.
Still hand-in-hand, the couple exchanged a loving glance outside the world-famous music venue.
The couple employed their go-to move and exchanged a romantic glance when they touched down at Dubbo Airport in Dubbo, Australia on Oct. 17. They were greeted by the mayor of the region and a welcoming party.
Meghan gently placed both hands around Prince Harry’s arm as they listened to Ruth Sondow, president of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia.
Shortly after Harry and Meghan visited Clontarf Foundation and Girls Academy at Dubbo College. As they listened to the locals, the mom-to-be affectionately rubbed her husband’s arm.
During their visit of Victoria Park, the lovebirds got caught in a brief downpour — but that didn’t stop them from reaching for each other!
In fact, they decided to ditch the second umbrella and snuggle up under the same one together. Naturally, the romantic moment brought smiles to their faces.
The next day, on Oct. 18, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Melbourne. They held hands as they walked past fans outside Government House.
Later that day, Meghan’s baby bump was just barely visible as they walked, fingers intertwined, into a reception hosted by the governor of Victoria at the Government House in Melbourne.
At the reception, Meghan affectionately touched Harry’s back as they met ambassadors from the This Girl Can campaign.
They held hands for much of the reception.
At one point, they even did a double hand-hold, which delighted fans and took their PDA to a whole new level.
On the third day of their tour, the couple took on South Melbourne Beach. To survive the sand, Meghan wore ballet flats from Rothy’s.
Meghan and Harry held hands as they waved at onlookers from the shoreline of South Melbourne Beach.
Also on South Melbourne Beach, the Duke and Duchess extend their arms toward each other’s backs as they listen a local.
Also during their day in Melbourne, the couple took a ride on the tram. They helded hands and waved as they boarded it.
On Oct. 19, the couple enjoyed another beach day, this time at Bondi Beach. They took to the sand hand-in-hand.
When Meghan and Harry arrived holding hands, they were presented with leis and met with members of OneWave, a local surfing community group raising awareness for mental health and wellbeing.
The couple decided that they wanted to take off their shoes to go for a walk on Bondi’s world famous sand, so Harry helped his wife remove her Castañer espadrilles.
The couple walked around the picturesque destination, feeling the sand between their toes and, of course, holding hands.
They were all smiles as they took in the scene and greeted fans.
After their walk, they joined OneWave for a group discussion in a circle. In the middle of it, Meghan affectionatly wiped sand away from Harry’s ear.
Meghan and Harry may have been surrounded by people during their visit to Bondi Beach, but they had eyes only for each other.
Later, the duo leaned in close to each other while watching a dance performance at Macarthur Girls High School.
Meghan and Harry held hands once again as they arrived at the kick off event of the Invictus Games, the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge, in matching shirts!
Double affection! At the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony, the duo held hands – plus, Meghan sweetly grabbed onto Harry’s arm with her free hand.
Meghan also placed her hand on Harry’s thigh during the ceremony.
After the royal mom-to-be sat out awarding medals at a road cycling event, she reunited with Harry for a reception in Sydney. The newlyweds adorably held hands as they walked in.
The duo stayed close to each other while aboard a boat to watch an Invictus Games sailing event in Sydney.
Meghan and Harry enjoyed a romantic stroll along the picturesque Kingfisher Bay Jetty at Fraser Island in Australia, holding hands as Meghan cradled her baby bump.
They just can’t let go of each other in Fiji!
The pair were also hand-in-hand as they greeted well wishers from the balcony of the Grand Pacific Hotel in Fiji.
They were also affectionate as they came down the stairs to attend a state dinner on their first day in Fiji.
Meghan and Harry also held hands as they arrived at the University of the South Pacific in Suva, Fiji – in coordinating island wear.