Come Thursday, Meghan was the recipient of another sweet gift from one of her younger royal fans. It's one of 76 engagements Prince Harry and Meghan are expected to attend during a whirlwind 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
"Harry talked about the fact that he spent a long time to try to find someone to talk to, to have those conversations around mental health and it was really handsome because they found each other", said surfer Charlotte Connell, who also spoke to Meghan about how she stays healthy. She said she was up at 4:30 am this am doing yoga in her room as she couldn't sleep.
"It's a bit of a double whammy for her, she said, as she has both the baby and the jet lag to contend with".
"Even in her jet lag she got up to do yoga this morning at 4.30".
Meghan has always been a huge advocate for yoga, so it's not surprising that she's filling her time with some physical activity.
Pregnant Meghan and her husband 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.
"They talked about the strangeness of their own situation and the lives they lead but that at the end of the day they are just real people".
Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, took the tram to the beach to meet lifeguards and volunteers that help keep the beach clean. According to Benita Woodley, "She said if you go to someone's house you always bring something, so she did".