The couple took part in a walkabout where fans lined the beach to meet the couple and gift them with everything from the typical teddy bears to carrots. As a matter of fact, many eagle-eyed royal observers noticed that Eugenie even showed her support for the Duchess of Sussex on social media recently. Meghan's done some things with my dad, but in my heart, I love her and I want her and the baby to do well.
The crowds screamed Harry's name as the couple had to depart before meeting everyone, but not first without a quick chat with the lifeguards.
Harry and Meghan have arrived at Sydney's Bondi Beach in the latest stop on their tour of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific.More news: Facebook admits the Portal could spy on you
The lifeguards gifted Harry and Meghan with "a little lifeguard uniform, mini shorts, mini shirt".
During a visit to Bondi Beach she told mum-to-be Charlotte Connell about the struggles she has been facing during the early months of her pregnancy.
The couple sat on the sand and linked their arms around other members of the circle, as the group discussed their experiences with mental health - an issue championed by Prince Harry.More news: Sen. Warren Provides DNA Proof of Silliness
"Harry talked about the fact that he spent a long time to try to find someone to talk to, to have those conversations around mental health and it was really handsome because they found each other", said surfer Charlotte Connell, who also spoke to Meghan about how she stays healthy.
"She said for her it's yoga, so being on the mat for her is like being in the ocean for us, and at 4:30 am this morning she got up and did yoga", Connell said.
"Founded at Bondi Beach in 2013, the OneWave community has now spread to more than 100 beaches in over 20 countries, giving 10,000 people the chance to speak openly about mental health", said Kensington Palace.More news: Samsung Launches Galaxy Book 2; Features Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 And Gigabit LTE