Less than 24 hours after announcing they are expecting their first child together, the couple received the gift from the Australian Governor Sir Peter Cosgrove and his wife Lynn, Lady Cosgrove.
The Duke and Duchess were clearly delighted by the very Aussie present.
"That's so cute, our first baby gift," Meghan gushed after being handed the stuffed kangaroo while Harry leant forward to examine the Joey.
"And this is your second," the Governor-General continued, as his wife handed the prince a pair of tiny Ugg boots.
"Very Australian Ugg boots," said Lady Cosgrove.
"These are awesome," proud expectant father Harry replied.
The couple were also handed a pair of traditional Australian wife-brimmed Australian Akubras hats as a belated wedding gift.
"Your Royal Highnesses, welcome to Australia," Sir Peter said.
"May we on behalf of all Australians congratulate you both on the announcement that you are expecting a baby.
"We are delighted, it's amazing, and I know that the people who are already excited to see you will just be enthralled by the fact of this wonderful news."
Meghan and Harry are currently staying at Admiralty House, the Governor-General's Sydney residence.
"Thank you very much for having us and letting us stay in your wonderful house," Harry said.
"And thank you very much for organising the weather! Let's hope the rain stays off!"
Today is sure to be a memorable one for the popular royal couple who have set aside their newest plush addition to their family to travel to Taronga Zoo where they will see some real-life kangaroos.
Meghan and Harry will meet and greet fans as well as some native wildlife at the harbour-side zoo while on their first official day of the royal tour.
The pair's trip to Australia marks a hugely historic moment for the newlyweds.
Meghan and Harry officially announced they are expecting their first child just hours after touching down in Sydney.
The 37-year-old former actress debuted her baby bump in a stunning white fitted dress this morning.