A source tells ET that Sydney, Australia, may be one of the destinations they plan to visit as newlyweds. In fact, it could mark Meghan and Harry's first overseas tour following their May 19 nuptials.
So, why a trip Down Under? That's where the 2018 Invictus Games will be taking place in October of this year. Prince Harry created the multi-sport event back in 2014 as a way for wounded, injured or sick armed service members and their associated veterans to take part in sports like wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball and indoor rowing.
While Harry has attended the Invictus Games since their creation, Meghan made her first appearance at the sporting event in Toronto, Canada, last year. It was actually the first time the lovebirds ever made a public appearance together. At the time, the former Suits star was all smiles, cheering on her then-boyfriend with her mother, Doria Ragland, by her side.
And there's a great chance the public will get to see Meghan and Harry together again at the Games in Sydney, but this time as a married couple! On Friday, the two were spotted at the University of Bath Sports Training Village in Bath, England, attending the U.K. Team Trials for the Invictus Games.
Following the long day of training, Michael Mellon, 38, who suffered a rugby injury while playing for the Royal Air Force in 2005 (leading to the amputation of his lower left leg), told reporters he was one of the lucky athletes who got to chat with Meghan on Friday.
"We talked a lot about Canada last year, and how hot it had been for that time of year and how impressed she was at the level of competition," he recalled. "She told me that she had never been to Australia, but was going to this year's event and was really looking forward to being there with Harry."
With the Invictus Games still six months away, it's likely that Meghan and Harry will travel to other cities before they make their way to Sydney. But right now, because they are so focused on their upcoming wedding, Harry has been enjoying showing Meghan around his home country of England.
"Harry has been taking Meghan around the U.K. so that she can get to know other parts of the country she will one day represent," a source said. "She's also been learning about Harry's pet projects and charities ahead of joining the Royal Foundation as its fourth patron after her wedding. The couple have been met by rapturous crowds [throughout their travels]."
As we patiently wait to hear more details on Meghan and Harry's nuptials, watch the video below to hear everything we know about their special day (so far!), and be sure to keep up with all of ET's coverage of the royal wedding right here as we count down to May 19.