The Duke and Duchess were given colourful flower garlands at Australia's most famous beach as they joined the surfers and yoga-lovers on the sand.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had both arrived at the beach wearing footwear but Harry went barefoot first, before Meghan chose to follow, handing her espadrilles to her husband.
"So for her to be jetlagged and pregnant must be pretty exhausting", she said.
And it seems the Duchess was keen to show she meant what she said as she wore a pair of eco-friendly shoes for the occasion.
But of course, Meghan's estranged sister Samantha had her two cents to say.
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A local said officials had told parents to collect their children from schools and kindergartens in the city for their safety. Photos from the scene posted by Kerch.FM showed debris on the ground and windows of the building blown out.
Used to the often empty words of politicians, farmers in the crowd said they could tell Prince Harry's speech came from the heart.
The Duchess of Sussex, who is about 12 weeks along, also spoke out about her pregnancy, saying it was "like having jet lag without actually traveling".
Harry and Meghan were inundated with gifts, including many presents for the baby who is due in the northern Spring.
After lunch at Mission Australia's Charcoal Lane social enterprise restaurant, the couple headed to Albert Park Primary School where hundreds of screaming and jumping schoolkids greeted them.
This morning Prince Harry and Meghan Markle went to a cloudy Bondi Beach for an anti-bad-vibes circle (classic Bondi), and behold: this guy's golden trousers stole the show.