'Megxit': UK newspapers react to Royal Baby news
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been splashed across front pages in the UK since announcing the impending arrival of the newest Royal baby.
The newly-wed Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they are expecting their first child just hours after landing in Sydney yesterday for the start of a 16-day Pacific tour.
Newspaper editors across the globe were tasked with finding a unique way to deliver the news to their followers.
The Daily Star went with "Meggers Preggers", while The Metro decided "Megxit" was apt.
The Daily Express focused on how the couple delivered the news to The Queen as The Daily Mail instead simply proclaimed, "Oh, Baby".
The Daily Mirror took a more serious tone, unpacking the Zika risk Meghan faced on the meticulously planned Royal Tour.
The couple are due to visit Tonga and Fiji, where the virus is a "moderate" risk.