It is located in the suburb of Kirribilli, on the northern foreshore of Sydney Harbour. When congratulated by the media on their happy news, Harry smiled shyly and said "thanks".
The good news for the unborn child is that its gender won't come into consideration in the line of succession, unlike in times gone by.
Interestingly, it's hard to say if Baby Sussex baby will receive a royal title.
It is the second tour of Australia by the younger generation of royals, after Prince William, Kate and their eldest son, George, visited in 2014. The duchess, who hasn't been to Australia before, marvelled at the view.More news: John Oliver Taunts Trump Over His ‘Intense Bromance’ With Saudi Crown Prince
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will this morning visit Taronga Zoo where they will open an institute of science and learning.
Inside the mansion's sitting room, the couple immediately spied a large cuddly kangaroo sitting on the table with, appropriately, a Joey in its pouch.
"Meghan said she looked like me when she was younger", Sethunya said.
The couple were given the toy and a pair of tiny Ugg boots as souvenirs from Australia. She was divorced, older than Harry and her mother is African-American.More news: Tyreek Hill on beer-throwing fans : 'I'm not mad at all'
The couple who married in late May were seen holding hands as they stepped off the plane, with Megan pictured beaming. I've heard so much about you.
Daphne Dunne, 98, whose family had brought her in to the city from Kirribilli to meet Harry again, as she had done in 2015, sat patiently with a card for the couple. It is the ideal coda to a May wedding that sent a very clear signal that a new generation of royals is coming to the fore even as Queen Elizabeth II continues her historic reign.
"You know, I think one step at a time, and hopefully we'll start a family in the near future", he said.
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Harry, who served with the British Army for a decade, including two tours of duty in Afghanistan, set up the Invictus Games after visiting the US Warrior Games in 2013. Harry created the popular global multi-sport event, in which wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel and veterans take part in sports including wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball and indoor rowing. Dr Phoebe Meagher, research and pathology coordinator, told Meghan and Harry that the animal is the "star" of their recent project, which helps tackle the illegal wildlife trade.