As one of the most famous couples in the world, it is rare for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to have many moments for themselves when they were looking for royal tasks.
During their recent autumn trip around Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, the couple met a lot of fans every day – and given their royal status, they are always flanked by assistants, security and pressure.
But by the end of their 16 day trip, it appears that the Duke and Dukeess of Sussex were keen to share a private moment for themselves.
At their last engagement of the tour, they led to Redwood's Treewalk in Rotorua, where they walked through the lush green canopy.
And King Omid Scobie has revealed how the couple threw himself for a while to take a special picture of Meghan who dared his growing baby bump against the amazing natural background that they later shared at the Kensington Palace Instagram account.
Omid revealed on his Twitter account revealed that Harry and Meghan left their assistants, pressure and security, to move forward on their own – probably eager to catch and enjoy a private moment before returning home. And that's when Harry took the adorable photo of the pregnant duke.
Omid wrote: "At the end of our last tour, Harry and Meghan went ahead for their team, security and myself (who was the reporter for the pool). We were in the beautiful Whakarewarewa Forest and they wanted a moment for themselves. This photo, taken by Harry, was the result of that moment … "
Royal fans were happy with the snapshot of the couple's intimate moment, with one commenting on the post, "I love sharing this photo."
Another fan also said, "Such a beautiful moment!"
In the comment field, Omid also revealed that Harry took the picture on his own personal iPhone. But it's not the first picture that the Duke or Dukeess shared publicly during the tour.
In front of the Invictus Games closing ceremony, Kensington Palace shared a picture of Prince Harry on the scene of the ceremony, taken by none other than his wife Meghan. It is believed that the Duchess also used his personal iPhone to take pictures.
The Duke and Duchess have now taken home to London, where they return to Nottingham Cottage House in Kensington Palace.
After a busy week, Prince Harry's next confirmed engagement will be November 8 when he will visit the memorial area at Westminster Abbey.