Over the past 12 months, royal fans have kept a close eye on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex‘s movements and how their relationship has blossomed. The newlyweds have shared some magical memories over the two years since they became an official item, looking very much loved-up each and every time they’ve been spotted out and about. They first confirmed their relationship in late October 2016 – a few months after they had started dating – then they announced their engagement just over a year later.
With the royal couple now expecting their first baby in Spring, both Harry and Meghan have been keeping up with their appearances and have not shied away from showing any signs of affection. Here at HELLO!, we take a look at all our favourite times the royals have shared a sweet moment during their first pregnancy.
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16 October 2018, Sydney
As soon as Prince Harry and Meghan announced their pregnancy to the world, the couple stepped out for their first official day of tour duties during their visit to Australia – and all eyes were on the Duchess for “bump watch”. Held at Sydney’s Admiralty House, Prince Harry held hands with Meghan as they met with Governor Sir Peter Crosgrove and his wife Lynn, Lady Coagrovw.
17 October 2018, Dubbo
Fresh from their baby news, the royals carried on with their engagements looking blissfully happy. At one point, Meghan held an umbrella over the pair while Harry continued to give a speech in the pouring rain. As he was offered an umbrella, Harry joked “I’ve got my wife”. Afterwards, they shared what can only be described as the look of love with each other.
19 October 2018, Sydney
Keeping it down-to-earth, the expectant parents went barefoot as they visited one of the Sydney’s most famous tourist spots – Bondi Beach. They were unable to keep their eyes off each other when they sat down on the sand to speak to members of the surfing community group OneWave.
21 October 2018, Sydney
Prince Harry and Meghan looked picture perfect on board a boat in Sydney Harbour, where they watched the Elliott 7 Team race in the Sailing of the Invictus Games. Royal fans were delighted to see the couple link arms as they shared a candid moment with each other.
30 October 2018, Auckland
Prince Harry lent a helping hand as he helped Meghan make her way through the muddy marshes at a native bush in Auckland. Here they unveiled the Queen’s commonwealth canopy during their visit to New Zealand.
31 October 2018, Auckland
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were able to admire the true beauty of New Zealand when they visited Redwoods Tree Walk – a 700m-long walkway of suspension bridges between 117-year-old Redwood trees. This was their 76th and final engagement of the tour and the couple looked visibly moved as their journey drew to a close. A short while later, they delighted fans by sharing one of their own personal photos to mark the end of their royal tour. Mum-to-be Meghan proudly cradled her blossoming baby bump in the sweet snap taken by Harry; the snap was posted on the Kensington Palace official Instagram account.
19 November 2018, London
Six months after their wedding, the couple marked their milestone at the Royal Variety Performance, which was held at The London Palladium. It was the mother-to-be’s first time at the annual entertainment show, and she looked glowing. She meandered through the guests, whilst holding hands with her husband.
14 January 2019, Birkenhead
When the royals made their way through the crowd during their visit to Birkenhead, Harry was seen tenderly touching Meghan’s back as they chatted away with royal well-wishers.
25 December 2018, Norfolk
Prince Harry and Meghan linked arms as they made the short walk to St Mary’s Magdalene church for the Christmas Day service. The loved-up duo, who arrived with Prince William and Kate, looked delighted to be celebrating Christmas at Sandringham.
16 January 2019, London
In a social media video, which has since gone viral, Harry could be seen reaching out his hands for Meghan’s when they quietly sat down for Cirque Du Soleil’s new show Totem at the Royal Albert Hall.
Source: HELLO MAGAZINE