It was just on the weekend they attended a Royal wedding with such star power it rivalled their own. Today, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle touched down in Sydney, Australia – hand in hand – ahead of the 2018 Invictus Games and 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

Their arrival – via Qantas – was described as “low key” – however with presidential levels of security, there was nothing subtle about the Duke and Duchess being escorted through Sydney international airport. They were joined by an entourage of 10: Two private secretaries, three communications staffers, a program coordinator, a digital journalist, an orderly, a hairdresser and a personal assistant.

Markle sparked pregnancy rumours at Princess Eugenie’s wedding at the weekend wearing a long, navy Givenchy coat, a deviation from her usual slender-fit garments. Whether it’s been a peplum top or holding an object – like the Invictus flag – in front of her, it would appear Markle has been attempting to hide a bump very recently. A cool 14-degrees in Sydney meant the Duchess was wearing another coat – and carrying several folders – her tummy concealed from public view.

More to come.