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.
"Harry said each and every one of us will experience poor mental health at some stage in our lives", Charlotte Connell, one of the participants in the circle, told the Australian Associated Press.
Mental health is a topic that's important to both Harry and Meghan.
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The community group raise awareness for mental health and wellbeing in a fun and engaging way including participating in an "Anti Bad Vibe Circle".
When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex approached him, Prince Harry said, "You can't give flowers that big to my wife". Harry will be accompanied on his bridge climb by competitors from the Invictus Games - the competition for armed forces veterans which he set up.
Meghan Markle candidly opened up about her pregnancy as she compared it to being "like jet lag" - and revealed how she is coping with the changes.
Day three of the tour saw Harry and Meghan visiting Melbourne.