Prince Harry had babies in his head at the inauguration of the 2018 Invictus Games!
The 34-year-old king, who announced Monday that he and his wife Meghan Markle are expecting their first child this spring, could help But mention the big news during his speech at the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games on Saturday.
"First of all, thank you for the welcome you have given Meghan and me in the last few days," he told the crowd gathered at the Sydney Opera House. "I was so proud to introduce my wife to you and we were so happy to celebrate the personal joy of our latest addition to you all."
The Paralympic Competition for wounded and convalescent service members and veterans from around the world includes sports such as wheelchair basketball, volleyball and rowing, and has been held around the world since 201
"Our Invictus family has made these games a symbol of strength, honor and optimism for a new generation," he said during his speech.
The Invictus games have a special meaning for future royal parents. Harry and Meghan made their official public debut as a couple at last year's event in Toronto. They came together at the event in an impressive way and participated in competition days to support the participants and to greet well-wishers.
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This is not the first time on Harry and Meghan's whirlwind tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand that he points to their baby boyhood.
At a reception at the end of the couple's first day in Sydney, Harry said that he and Meghan could not imagine a "better place" to tell the world of their big news.
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At the event at Admiralty House, home of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry thanked Australia for the "incredibly warm welcome" & # 39; d & # 39; and get the "chance to meet Aussies from all walks of life."
"We could not imagine a better place to announce the, um, upcoming baby," Harry said, looking over at Meghan. Harry appeared nervous and added, "Whether it's a boy or a girl."
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The royal couple was also welcome to Sydney with the first gifts for their little bundle of joy.
During a welcome reception at the Admiralty House in Sydney, Australia, the royal couple was received by Governor General Peter Cosgrove and his first official baby gifts wife, Lady Lynne Cosgrove
"That's so cute, it's our first baby present!" Said Meghan, 37, in PEOPLE's Facebook live video when she got a fluffy stuffed kangaroo (complete with a baby joey!) And fleece-Ugg ankle boots.