Recall that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle went to a 16-day global trip to countries of the Commonwealth of Nations. According to ABC News reporter Jade Macmillan, Harry told Invictus competitors Meghan is "resting back at home, being pregnant takes its toll".
She said: "I think it might be likely because they are going to bring up these children alongside the Cambridges".
Another potential sign Harry's hoping for a girl?
By the way, before Meghan Markle distinguished feminist gesture, which experts described as a demonstration of equality in a relationship with a descendant of Elizabeth II. So, it might be too soon to conclude that Harry knows something we don't.
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Of course, Harry may have liked the name purely because of the similarity to his own! They will visit Melbourne on Thursday before returning to Sydney.
"However, the Queen can step on and say we'll give the child HRH status".
The Duke and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, announced their happy baby news last week, just as they arrived in Australia for their first overseas tour since marrying in May.
The Duke of Sussex also paid tribute in his speech to the spirit of the "Aussie digger" and the value placed on those who have served for their country, something which, in other parts of the world goes unnoticed.
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They have been given multiple gifts for their unborn baby and showered with congratulatory messages throughout the first six days of their tour.
Speaking at the launch of the Games in March 2014, he said: "I have witnessed first hand how the power of sport can positively impact the lives of wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women in their journey of recovery".
After a hectic schedule on her first royal tour across Australia with husband Prince Harry, the 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex - who just announced her pregnancy - is cutting back her very busy schedule to rest.
The duchess then joined Prince Harry for engagements later in the day.
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And to officially welcome the Invictus Games to the city, Prince Harry, prime minister Scott Morrison and athletes will scale the Sydney Harbour Bridge to plant the Invictus flag.