Currently on a 'rest day', staying at Admiralty House in the affluent harbour-side suburb of Kirribilli, jetlag seems to have taken its toll on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with a delivery of food photographed arriving at the estate's gate around lunchtime today.
The large paper bag appeared to be from Australian delivery service Menulog and was passed over the wrought iron gate by a police officer.
Given it's Meghan's first trip to Australia, no doubt new husband Harry is keen to show off some of our local delicacies.
While it's unlikely Vegemite sandwiches are inside the bag, a quick scan of what's on offer in Kirribilli on the food delivery app shows that they could very well have ordered from popular eatery Five Points Burgers.
Even a former Hollywood actress is allowed to have cheat days, after all!
A renowned 'foodie', before she became a royal, Meghan ran a lifestyle site called The Tig, where she wrote about food and travel.
Just last month, she celebrated her first solo venture as a royal, a new charity cookbook 'Together: Our Community Cookbook' which features recipes from Muslim women of The Hubb Community Kitchen in West London who cooked fresh food after the Grenfell Tower fire that left 70 people dead.
Previously, the 37-year-old revealed she tied to keep her diet packed with fruit and vegetables.
'If I blend some apple, kale, spinach, lemon and ginger in my Vitamix in the morning and bring it to work, I always find that sipping on that is a much better boost than a cup of espresso," she told Today.