While it's safe to say that the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle frenzy has been on full blast since their relationship went public last year, the pair is now giving royal fans further reason to obsess. From announcing their pregnancy to continuing to showcase their covetable PDA, our infatuation with the loved-up couple has reached new heights. And, even with a royal baby on the way, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shown no signs of slowing down, as evidenced by their current 16-day official visit to Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand and attendance at the Invictus Games—the annual international sporting event for wounded military personnel and veterans that Prince Harry founded back in 2014.
In honor of the expecting parents' jam-packed trip down under, we compiled Meghan and Harry's most fangirl-worthy photos over the course of their 16-day trip. From hand-holding to umbrella-holding, brace yourselves for an adorable overload. Plus, you'll get a sneak peek of the future royal mother's maternity style, which is unsurprisingly chic. So, without further ado, prepare for 22 heart-melting, ovary-exploding photos of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during their overseas visit.
Kicking off their tour, the couple arrived in Sydney, Australia October 16, with Meghan flaunting her baby bump and affectionately gripping her hubby's arm.
This one's a framer. This much perfection in one photo should be illegal.
The pair had a laugh during a ceremony at Taronga Zoo.
The following day, Meghan and Harry practiced their parenting skills at the Dubbo airport, bending down for a chat with a lucky local.
A little rain never bothered them anyway. Meghan came to Harry's rescue as they huddled under her umbrella (ella, ella).
One more because we're still not over it. Look at that smile!
Totally not sure what's happening here. Totally in love with it.
Giggles galore—the couple was all smiles October 18 in Melbourne, Australia during a reception at Government House Victoria.
Squeezing in a quick dance sesh, perhaps? Meghan and Harry held hands at the This Girl Can campaign that same day.
If the Duchess of Sussex still had an Instagram, this picturesque shot from a beach cleanup would be totally post-worthy.
Squeals with joy. Harry and Meghan, sporting leis and affectionate looks, visited Bondi Beach October 19.
If true love equates to rubbing sand off your S.O.'s ear, consider these two marriage mavens.
Further mastering the whole staring-lovingly-at-one-another thing, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived to the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge (as part of the Invictus Games) October 20.
Their hand-holding made a comeback that evening, when the pair sat through the Invictus Games opening ceremony.
A couple that cheers on the Invictus Games sailing teams together stays together. The excited duo watched the events unfold from Sydney Harbour October 21.
Toys for the future royal tot! Fans gifted the soon-to-be-parents with teddy bears on October 22 which, by the looks of it, may receive more playtime from Harry than the couple's child.
BRB, swooning. Next up on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's official royal tour, Meghan and Harry headed to Fiji. Here, Harry personified the heart eye emoji while glancing at his bride October 23 during a welcome ceremony in Albert Park.
This photo makes up for the fact that Harry and Meghan decided not to partake in the traditional Buckingham Palace balcony kiss on the day of their royal wedding.
There's been no shortage of doting looks on this trip, that's for sure. On day two of their Fiji excursion, Meghan's maternity style was out to play at a visit to the University of the South Pacific.
On October 25, the lovebirds leaned in for a quick whisper in Nadi, Fiji, where they witnessed the unveiling of a new statue at the Nadi Airport.
We could compile a scrapbook full of this pair's warmhearted peeks at one other alone. That same day, they landed at the Fua'amotu Airport in Tonga, with Meghan clad in a (Jonas Brothers voice) red dress.
Royal wedding flashback much? The future royal parents served up a warm heaping of style goals as they made their way to the Consular House in Nuku'alofa, Tonga's capital.