The royal couple, who announced they were expecting on Monday, took a tram ride with several school students in Melbourne, Australia as part of their first joint royal tour, and were quizzed by the children about the baby during their brief ride to the beach.
After talking to locals about environmental issues, Prince Harry and Meghan met members of the Australian Lifeguard Service, including Sebastian Top.
She gave Meghan a large Teddy bear.
Posting a photo of Meghan on Instagram, alongside of an image of herself wearing the jacket, she said: "The face you make when you and Meghan have matching @serena blazers", and ended the caption with a heart eyes emoji.
The royals are more relatable than we thought. Loved you since I was eight'.
After the public meet-and-greet, the couple will spend some time with the Victorian Governor Linda Dessau in an official reception at Government House, before heading to a restaurant that mentors indigenous chefs.
During a fitness display by 150 women, Meghan was convinced to throw an Australian Football League (AFL) game ball.
THE DUKE of Sussex is said to be an "emotional wreck" at the prospect of becoming a dad.
She added: "The Queen has the last word on parenting decisions like that".
Day two of the royal tour saw the royal pair arrive in rural New South Wales town Dubbo. She did a handball. In addition to grabbing Prince Harry by the facial hair, the kid also went in for a big hug with both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which was incredibly sweet and also a bold refusal to acknowledge the supposed importance of royalty.
The couple had lunch at the social enterprise restaurant Charcoal Lane, prepared by young indigenous chefs.
They then headed to a restaurant that mentors indigenous chefs with chargrilled kangaroo and wild boar on the menu, according to broadcaster Channel Nine.