A photo previously only on display in Buckingham Palace has now been revealed.
The framed photograph was handed to dignitaries who hosted the Duke and Duchess during their 16-day royal tour of Australia, Fiji, and Tonga.
Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. The picture can be seen below. It was shared by Dani Trin on Twitter earlier this week.
Eagle-eyed fans first spotted the photo back in May, where it had a place of honor on a table in the palace where the Queen welcomed the Australian High Commissioner to the UK.
It shows Prince Harry and Meghan posing together – Harry in a navy blue suit and Meghan in a pale blue dress – with her hand lovingly resting on his chest.
The couple announced their pregnancy, or their "little bump," on the first day of their Australian tour, saying they couldn't think of a better location to share the news.
The joyous announcement follows just six months after they tied the knot at St. George's Chapel in Windsor back in May.
The couple had been dating since 2016 but only announced their relationship 12 months ago after they were spotted in public in London.
When Meghan's contract with TV series "Suits" came to an end in December 2017, Meghan moved into Prince Harry's cottage at Kensington Palace.
Her first public appearance as the new woman in Harry's life followed five months later when she watched her prince play polo in Berkshire.
They were pictured showing public displays of affection in September when they attended the Invictus Games in Toronto.
Their child will be seventh in line to the throne, after Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, and Prince Harry.
That is too far down the line for the future Sussex baby to be styled as His or Her Royal Highness unless it is decreed by Queen Elizabeth II.