Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's tour Down Under recently took them to Abel Tasman National Park in New Zealand where we got yet another adorable reference to the future royal baby. While speaking to fans in the rain, Harry talked about how having the opportunity to visit the park means something special to him and Meghan. "For us, it's very important to be here to be reminded of how we are connected to the land," he said. But one of the sweetest moments of the speech came when he thanked the fans for their continued support, saying, "From myself, my wife, and our little bump, we are so grateful to be here. We bring blessings from my grandmother the Queen and our family. We are so grateful for your hospitality and the work to look after this beautiful place." And what made it even better was his charming grin after referring to their "little bump."
This isn't the first time Harry has been visibly excited about alluding to the baby. Earlier on in the tour when the two were still in Australia, Harry talked about their "upcoming baby, be it a boy or a girl," during a reception speech, and he couldn't help but smile at the thought of having a mini Harry or Meghan running around. Kensington Palace first announced Meghan's pregnancy on Oct. 15, and we've found it hard to contain our excitement for the Duchess of Sussex. Evidently, Harry feels the same.
Watch the prince mention the "little bump" in the cute video ahead before seeing more photos of the lovebirds visiting Abel Tasman National Park.