The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently announced that they are expecting their first child, and needless to say everyone is thrilled for the happy couple.
While there are a lot of rules for the royal family and how they are to raise their children, it's obviously still the most exciting time for the new parents.
Since Harry announced his engagement to the Suits actress, the couple have been inseparable. Their every interview and appearance together has been cuter than the last, and their love for each other is very apparent.
The way they look into each other's eyes is honestly enough to make anyone swoon, and the fact that they are expanding their family already is such an exciting thing for them.
Meghan Markle has been on tour with her new husband in New Zealand, and while there many of her outfits have highlighted her changing body. The beautiful duchess is glowing while she enjoys this first royal tour, and you can just see how happy the couple is to be sharing these moments together.
But it was Harry's most recent speech that gave a hint into their fun relationship, as he shared the nickname he has been using to refer to his child.
"From myself and my wife and our little bump, we are so grateful to be here," Harry said with a wide grin.
Twitter absolutely blew up with his adorable little mention, completely swooning over his sweet gesture.
Prince Harry calling their unborn baby "our little bump"... just over here crying/melting/smiling/heart exploding â™¥ï¸â™¥ï¸â™¥ï¸â™¥ï¸— Rachel Ettinger (@RachEttinger) October 29, 2018
"Our little bump" and his smile after that is the best thing ever! I'm going to faint!ðŸ˜ðŸ˜ðŸ˜â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ pic.twitter.com/dI0Bh2bYCD— harry_meghan_collective (@h_m_collective) October 29, 2018
Okay but Prince Harry calling his baby "our little bump" is the cutest thingðŸ’ŸðŸ’Ÿ— Nupur (@buzzybeeN) October 30, 2018
"myself, my wife and our little bump" harry is going to be the best dad ever, i love this man so much.— princess of themyscira (@dianaprixce) October 30, 2018
While royals are usually against nicknames, I'm sure the queen will let this one slide! Especially because they aren't allowed to reveal the gender or name until the birth.