Fast forward a little over 365 days (a Royal wedding, countless joint appearances and a teeny tiny baby bump) and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are back at the Invictus Games as part of their 16-day royal tour in Australia.
Saturday started off with attractive weather as the Duke and Duchess unveiled the new ANZAC memorial before heading to Cockatoo Island for the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge.
During his speech on stage Prince Harry thanked Australia for its commitment to Invictus and expressed how proud he was to introduce his wife, Meghan and "announce their newest edition".
The fourth Invictus Games opening ceremony was delayed due to the intense storms across Sydney.
The fact that the Duchess of Sussex never planned to climb the world's tallest steel arch bridge with her husband had fueled speculation that she is pregnant. The royals sported leis as they joined a local surfing group dedicated to raising awareness for mental health, a cause close to the couple's hearts.
As Prince Harry approached the boy, he kneeled down to greet him.
Meghan and Harry visited the famous beach for Fluro Friday, a session aimed at encouraging discussion around mental health which included an "anti-bad vibes" circle and yoga practice.
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The duchess then went on to say how marvelled she is at the work the teens are doing, writes Mirror.
One sign held by a member of the crowd said: "Happy Fluro Friday Harry and Meghan".
"For months and months the kids have been saying will we get to meet them (Harry and Meghan) and we kept saying you'll see them but you most probably won't get to meet them", she laughed.
In a statement this morning, Kensington Palace said that the couple are expecting a baby in the spring of 2019.
"She said it's so good for healing her mind".
Speaking to Harper's Bazaar about her transition from acting to fashion, she said it wasn't something she planned.