During their Royal Tour, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have spoken excitedly of their unborn bub.
On October 25, Meghan shared a laugh with a well-wisher about the size of her baby bump.
The Duchess and her husband, Prince Harry were attending a reception at Consular House in Tonga's capital.
While at the reception, the pregnant duchess was advised to “take care of herself” by a guest.
Among the dignitaries Harry and Meghan met were Justice Charles Cato, a New Zealand judge, and his Russian wife, Miriam.
Mrs Cato said: “I asked, how does she feel? She responded ‘Very well, thank you.’ I said ‘No visible signs yet!'”
That prompted the duchess to look down at front of her dress and laugh in agreement.
At a later event, Harry spoke of Meghan’s “little bump” as the duke and duchess learnt about conservation projects at New Zealand’s smallest national park.
The parents-to-be were welcomed with songs, prayers and hongis – or nose kisses – as they visited the Abel Tasman National Park and spent time at the beachfront on the South Island.
The duke, speaking after being formally welcomed by the Manawhenua ki Mohua people, shared his excitement about visiting with a baby on board.
He said: “From myself and 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 you do to look after this beautiful place.”
Kensington Palace announced that Meghan was expecting a baby next spring on the eve of the marathon 16-day royal tour, which has seen the couple visit Australia, New Zealand,
Fiji and Tonga.