Pregnant Duchess of Sussex starts official Australian tour

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Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex at Admiralty House with Australia's Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove and his wife Lady Cosgrove.

"What was so humbling is that there's so many great designers out there to choose from, so it was a thrill for us to see Meghan wearing Karen Gee".

Shortly after the appearance, Gee's website was down, apparently due to the volume of traffic it was receiving.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex went walkabout at the Australia's Sydney Opera House on Tuesday, and they weren't the only ones out in the midday sun.

Harry and Meghan would also be able to apply for USA citizenship for the baby because Meghan is an American who lived in the United States long enough for her child to qualify.

Several of them congratulated the couple on their baby news, with Meghan replying: "Thank you so much".

On day one of Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first worldwide tour together, the couple made an appearance at the Sydney Opera House with a 2000-strong crowd there to greet them.

Just hours later, Kensington Palace confirmed that the couple is expecting a child in spring 2019.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who took the top job in August after a backbench revolt ousted predecessor Malcolm Turnbull, is a constitutional monarchist.

"I need a kiss from both of you".

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"Ms Doria Ragland is very happy about the lovely news and she looks forward to welcoming her first grandchild".

The Cambridge children, of course, are the three youngsters belonging to Harry's brother, Prince William, who is also known as the Duke of Cambridge.

Their itinerary for the visit includes engagements in Fiji and Tonga, countries which have been classified as having a moderate risk of Zika virus transmission.

The palace said the couple had sought medical advice and chose to continue with their plans.

Mum Pauline and her twin six-year-old daughters Grace and Willow drove up from the southern highlands to catch a glimpse of the royal couple. She's also just announced that she's pregnant.

Odds that the newborn will have red hair just like Harry are 3/1 at Paddy Power, who also have odds of 250/1 that the baby will share U.S. president Donald Trump's first name.

Her first steps as a British royal have been cautious, immaculately scripted and well received.

He and the Duchess attended the WellChild Awards together on September 4, when they helped mark the achievements of seriously ill children and their families in Britain.

Another wrote: "Who matches their outfit to their folders?" Britons swooned after seeing Meghan nonchalantly closing her own vehicle door at her first solo engagement last month in London.