Sydneysiders congratulate Prince Harry, Meghan Markle on baby news as they visit Australia.
It won't be the first time Harry has had to courageous the rain in Sydney.
"I love her casual swept up up do with signature loose strands of hair", Donny told New Idea.
Kimberley Mueller, her sister, said: "They just came straight up and shook our hands".
Speaking previously to Daily Mail, Karen Haller, an applied colour psychology practitioner said Meghan favours green "if she is feeling a bit apprehensive or unsure". He or she will be seventh in line for the throne after their birth.
Congratulations poured in for the thrilled couple, with Prime Minister Theresa May offering her "warmest congratulations" and the Archbishop of Canterbury, who married Harry and Meghan, saying: "Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their happy news!"
William and his wife were invited by the governments of the two countries and took part in a commemoration of Anzac Day as well as heading to Sydney's Taronga Zoo, where Harry and Meghan are also scheduled to visit.
Their trip coincides with the Invictus Games to be held in Sydney from October 20-27.
The tour coincides with the third Invictus Games, an worldwide sports competition Harry founded in 2014 for wounded veterans and members of the military, which kicks off Saturday.
The visit to Australia is their first overseas tour since Harry, 34, married the US television star Meghan Markle in May.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were also given the first toys for their unborn baby during the opening day of their tour in Australia.
The Duke and Duchess' Australian tour coincides with the Invictus Games in Sydney, which begin on Saturday and run for a week.
"I need a kiss from both of you". Don't expect the little one to have the title of "Prince" or "Princess" like his or her cousins, though - since Harry is the second child in his family, his children don't get that privilege like first-born Prince William's do.
The royal couple's visit comes six months after Harry's father, Prince Charles, made his 16th official visit to Australia, primarily to open the 21st Commonwealth Games at Gold Coast city in Queensland.