Harry and Meghan had a very late night after the Invictus Games opening ceremony was delayed due to an electrical storm.
Yep, it looks like Prince Harry is going to be the embarrassing dad no one asked for.
However, Meghan missed the Invictus cycling medal presentation in Sydney's Domain this morning amid speculation over her health.
Kensington Palace says the couple has made a decision to slightly reduce Meghan's schedule "for the next couple of days" ahead of the final week-and-a-half of the tour.
British royals Prince Harry and Meghan Markle enjoyed a day at Sydney's famed Bondi beach along with their fans for the latest stop on their Australian tour on October 19.
The Duke also spoke enthusiastically about the Invictus Games, which is a Paralympic-style event for wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel.
Kensington Palace confirmed the royal baby news and announced that the "Suits" alum is expecting to deliver in the spring of 2019.
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Meghan did attend an Invictus reception and a sailing event on Sunday.
Britain's Prince Harry and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison climbed the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge on Friday to fly the Invictus Games flag.
Meanwhile, the Duchess recently revealed she's been waking up in the early hours of the morning to do yoga because she can not sleep. Over 16 days they are travelling to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, with a packed programme of over 70 engagements.
After giving his opening ceremony speech, Harry rejoined his wife in the audience, where the Duchess of Sussex was photographed lovingly holding on to her husband during the remainder of the event.
Tomorrow is the couples' last day in Australia where they are expected to travel to Fraser Island in Queensland.
"He's been there, he's done it, he's experienced everything that we have all been through", Australian cycling competitor Jarrod Kent said.
Guest, 54, from Essex, said he used to use his tattoos as a means of hiding away, but now they are a topic of conversation when he meets the duke.