Earlier, Harry and his wife, Megan Markle, joined a group hug on Bondi Beach at an event organized by surfers to build awareness of mental health issues.
The Duchess of Sussex, who's now away on her Australian royal tour, opened up about how she is dealing with her pregnancy side effects, comparing her experience to being jet lagged.
She said: "Meghan told me that pregnancy was like having jet lag".
"Harry talked about the fact that he spent a long time to try to find someone to talk to, to have those conversations around mental health and it was really handsome because they found each other", said surfer Charlotte Connell, who also spoke to Meghan about how she stays healthy.
Harry, who has said he sought counseling in his late twenties to deal with the grief of losing his mother Diana, served in the British Army and campaigns to provide mental health help for soldiers who need it.
"She said she was up at 4:30 a.m. this morning doing yoga in her room as she couldn't sleep", Waverley added, according to Sky News.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have embarked on their royal tour of Australia, Fiji and Tonga. The Duchess held an umbrella for the Prince while he spoke. The trip is timed to coincide with the Invictus Games in Sydney, an worldwide event Harry started for wounded veterans and military members in 2014. He was accompanied on the climb by Invictus Games competitors and the prime minister of Australia. It is one of his most important accomplishments and has been an inspiration to many in the military community recovering from their wounds and suffering from invisible injuries.
One of the biggest stories of the day was Harry and Meghan's constant PDA, including their gestures at Charcoal Lane at Fitzroy.