"If it has been a very late night due to unforeseen circumstances, we have to adjust for that", the source said.
Their touching act garnered global media attention and it seems word even spread as far to Kensington Palace.
This week, the newly-married couple was in Australia, and they flaunted more PDA than EVER!
Prince Harry arrived in uniform to the event, which saw the Royal and his new wife lay a wreath which was accompanied by a handwritten note, dedicated to Australia's fallen soldiers. Not only has their Pda been off the charts, but the royal couple is getting open and honest throughout these meaningful appearances.
Dunne later said Meghan claimed to have heard all about her.
The Duke and Duchess swatted away flies as they met with local farmers on an outback property, where they were told of the impact of the drought and helped out with buckets of feed for livestock.
The couple were seen laughing and smiling as they took in the wheelchair tennis, and he gave the duchess a kiss on the cheek during the closing ceremony at the Air Canada Centre.
"I thought, 'My baby is having a baby.' It was a very proud moment".
Queensland Ambulance later posted the photo on social media.
The pair have already travelled to Sydney, Melbourne and the regional town of Dubbo since touching down in Australia last Monday, drawing thousands of screaming fans to their events.
The pair earned worldwide praise last November after Queensland Ambulance posted a photo to Facebook of them with a patient on a beach. "I know she talked about IVF and fertility drugs".
The patient died two days later.
Members of the Australian Air Force Cadets and Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation, and Invictus Games competitors also attended the event.
And on Sunday, in the midst of a cycling race in the city, Prince Harry let slip what gender he hopes his baby will be.
"Congratulations, I hope it's a girl", a well-wisher is reported to have called out to the Duke, according to the Daily Mirror.