Since then, news of the Royal Baby has been nonstop - that is when Meghan wasn't stealing the show with her outfits or baking fresh banana bread for her hosts.
"Meghan is so touched by the public's sweet reaction and kind gestures," an insider told Life & Style. "She and Harry have joked that they'll need an extra aircraft to fly back all the amazing gifts they've received."
Of course, Meghan's health is their first priority.
While the 37-year-old continues to attend most engagement while on tour, insiders have insisted she's suffering from morning sickness.
Harry is determined to help.
"He's organised pregnancy massages in the evening to help Meghan relax," an insider adds to Life & Style.
"And he's told her not to push herself."
Harry even managed to whisk Meghan away for a secret trip to Vatuvara, a private island in Northern Lau.
According to the islands' website the luxurious destination has been described by Forbes Magazine as ‘one of the world’s most beautiful places”.
“Kaibu Island is home to the Vatuvara Private Islands Resort, with three all-inclusive private Villas on 800 acres,” the website states.
“Guests travel to and from the island aboard the resort’s private Twin Otter aircraft, originating in Suva or Nadi, Fiji’s International Airport. All island Villas are available for adult guests 16 years and older.”