The Duke of Sussex, 34, had an adorable moment when he spoke about his little family in New Zealand this week.
Prince Harry lovingly referred to his baby as “our little bump”.
In a speech during the couple’s royal tour, 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."
The sweet moment prompted a laugh from the watching crowd, and Prince Harry beamed as he revealed the nickname.
Fans were quick to take to Twitter to share their delight at the heartwarming moment.
One wrote: “Our little bump” and his smile after that is the best thing ever! I’m going to faint!”
Another added: “He's going to be a wonderful daddy.”
And one gushed: “My heart cannot take anymore cuteness.”
The duke, speaking after being formally welcomed by the Manawhenua ki Mohua people, shared his excitement about visiting with a baby on board.
He added: "We are so grateful for your hospitality and the work you do to look after this beautiful place."
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.
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.
The couple travelled to Abel Tasman by helicopter, with the 45-minute journey taking the couple over forests, valleys and clear blue waters.
They had earlier comforted a nervous boy with Harry giving him a tummy tickle during a visit to a cafe in Wellington.
After a stroll along the beachfront, a barbecue and a discussion about conservation with a ranger, the couple boarded their Royal New Zealand Air Force helicopter laden with gifts, including a large colourful tote bag and a knitted blanket fit for a newborn baby.
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