The pregnant Duchess of Sussex, who was dressed in a Martin Grant maxi dress, and her husband the Duke of Sussex left Admiralty House in peak hour traffic at 8:30am to begin their adventures in Bondi Beach.
Security was rife, with royal fans taking to the sand to get a glimpse of the couple.
Harry and Meghan have hit the sand at Bondi to speak with One Wave, a mental health support group.
Taking their shoes off, the couple sat in an "anti-bad vibes" circle.
Every week, One wave teams up for their Fluro Friday sessions.
Talking to OneWave founder Grant Trebilco, he shared, "She said yoga is her escape."
"She (Meghan) spoke about how sports make you feel good. "
Charlotte Bidwell explained, “The fluoro is to stand out so people know we are with OneWave, so it is warm and friendly."
"Our message is it is ok to not be ok. We are not a self-help group, we just get together on the beach once a week for some saltwater therapy."
"As a Brit I am so excited to meet Harry and Meghan, and that they support our cause to raise awareness for mental health.”
Charlotte Waverley, 35, discussed pregnancy with the duchess.
She said: “Meghan told me that pregnancy was like having jet lag.
“She said she was up at 4.30am this morning doing yoga in her room as she couldn’t sleep.
“It’s a bit of a double whammy for her, she said, as she has both the baby and jet lag to contend with.”