Australia will be their first stop on a three-week tour of the region, which includes visits to Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga and New Zealand.
This outing comes after a Kensington Palace insider last week confirmed Meghan's pregnancy to New Idea and said the pair would have to cancel her first royal tour of Australia. They will also visit Auckland before departing on November the 1st.
They'll visit Dubbo in NSW, Melbourne and Fraser Island in Queensland on the tour, as well as attending the Games in Sydney.
After another day in Sydney, the pair will visit Wellington, Abel Tasman, Auckland and Rotorua, New Zealand before completing their tour on October 31.
This will be Harry and Meghan's first major tour together, after a two day visit to Ireland in July earlier this year.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are understood to have spent several days at the Castle of Mey with Charles at the start of August and time with the Queen, 92, at Balmoral, Aberdeenshire, later in the month.
The city of Suva in Fiji is sure to be another highlight of the royal tour. Following Fiji, on October 25, they'll visit Nuku'alofa, Tonga, before heading back to Sydney, Australia, on October 26. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office in both Fiji and Tonga also requested the Duke and Duchess' presence.
As far as the focus of the tour is concerned, it looks like the environment and conservation efforts as well as youth leadership are going to be the main topics of discussion.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex went public with their romance at the Invictus Games in Toronto and are now heading to Sydney in October.