A day after wearing butterfly earrings that belonged to her late mother-in-law, the pregnant duchess stepped out for an appearance on her royal tour of Australia in a blazer designed by one of her most famous friends, Serena Williams.
However, the hilarious moment came when the pair pushed the buttons to start the cars, which came as a serious surprise to Meghan as she was clearly unaware of how loud these toy cars would be.
Duchess Meghan has been a good influence on Prince Harry, breaking him out of his shell, getting him to be a little more confident with himself.
The loved-up husband and wife mostly mingled with the crowd separately, but when they were together, they held hands and the Duchess periodically stroked Harry's back.
There are few things more Australian than a life guard dressed in yellow and red and one in particular seemed to catch Prince Harry's attention. "The Queen said yes", Marlene explained.
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Prince Harry was fascinated by an Aussie lifeguard's big feet.
The newly-married prince told the crowd that part of being strong was having the courage to ask for help.
Charlie Wolf, 12, asked the Duchess if she'd picked out a name for her unborn child, and she replied, "We've been given a long list of names from everyone".
Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, is also thrilled and "looks forward to welcoming her first grandchild", the palace added. 'It made me feel really happy and excited'.
But the rainy day in the traditionally drought-stricken area - some are calling Wednesday's showers a royal-inspired miracle - called for a stylish but sensible cover-up.