Prince Harry reveals the sweet nickname he has for the new royal baby!
This is very cute.
By Practical Parenting team
October 29 2018
Prince Harry has revealed the adorable pet name he calls his unborn child in a speech at Abel Tasman National Park on New Zealand’s South Island.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting their first baby in April, 2019.
Addressing a group of students, the Duke of Sussex, lovingly referred to his baby as 'our little bump'.
Prince Harry was in great spirits when he said, ‘The weather forecast was a lot worse than this and we are really fortunate to be here. The rain is a blessing and a reminder of our connection to the land,’ he said.
‘From my wife, myself and our little bump, it’s a blessing to be here.’
Harry and Meghan are continuing their royal tour of New Zealand. Today they strolled hand in hand through the Abel Tasman National Park, a place that Meghan has asked to see after she visited there several years ago.
The Duke and Duchess had been due to attend a beach barbecue and plant a tree with some students but the rain changed their plans
Instead, they joined the students for tea and cake under the cover of a marquee.
Under the marquee, a kaumatua (elder) from the local iwi (tribe) Barney Thomas spoke in Te Reo Maori, wishing them well with their pepi (baby). Meghan smiled as the words were translated for her.
Harry shrugged off the rain as he spoke to the crowd.
'The weather forecast was a lot worse than this and we are really fortunate to be here. The rain is a blessing and a reminder of our connection to the land. From my wife, myself and our little bump, it's a blessing to be here,' he said.
'We bring you greetings from my grandmother, he said referring to the Queen.
Earlier today the royal couple were forced to evacuate Government House in Wellington after a fire alarm caused panic.