As Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wait for their first child, the Duke of Sussex has already thought of a name for the newest member.
In their final day in Wellington, New Zealand, while visiting Abel Tasman National Park, Harry, while addressing a crowd, called the yet-to-be-born child as the couple’s “little bump”.
He also thanked everyone for their hospitality during their stay, reported a online portal.
They even met mental health workers at Maranui Cafe and met a couple of young students.
The couple is currently on their first royal tour of Australia and South Pacific that began on October 16. The tour will end on October 31 with their visit to New Zealand.
Meghan and Harry are expecting their first child in 2019.