A plane carrying the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had to abort its landing at Sydney airport on Friday evening and flew around because there was another aircraft on the runway.
As they were both getting ready in an upstairs room at Government House, a sprawling mansion built in 1910, an unidentified person set off a smoke alarm in a downstairs toilet.
Prince Harry also looked dapper for the occasion.
The simple gown had a demure neckline with capped sleeves just covering Meghan's shoulders.
They were welcomed with traditional haka performances and a 21-gun salute at Government House in Wellington, New Zealand's capital.
Australians were the first in the world to bestow an array of gifts on the parents-to-be, with Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove presenting them with a tiny pair of ugg boots and a toy kangaroo.
When it was Harry's turn to take to the stage, he offered his thanks, particularly to the athletes who competed in the games.
The parents-to-be likely didn't have too much time to spend in Vatuvara, as they've already made their way to the Kingdom of Tonga.
When asked was it worth heading from their home on the Kapiti Coast to Wellington to meet the royals, Harry said, "Yup, definitely".
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The newlywed posted a snapshot of her husband, Prince Harry, at the Invictus Games closing ceremony rehearsal Saturday.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are on day twelve of their 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific.
"It felt really unbelievable, it felt really good to see her put it on", Alexandra said.
The Invictus Games are an global paralympic-style competition for military personnel wounded in action that was founded by Prince Harry.
Visits to Auckland and Rotorua will also form part of the New Zealand leg of their tour, before they leave on Thursday to return to the UK.
However Meghan delighted the locals by joining Harry for a romantic afternoon walk along a jetty.
Harry and Meghan, who is four months pregnant, have also visited Fiji and Tonga on their tour.
She chose a platinum tiara inlaid with ten diamonds.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shunned the VIP area to sit with the general crowd when they watched one of the final Invictus Games events.