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The photo came after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they are expecting a baby girl, during their chat with Oprah.
In the beautiful black and white image, the couple can be seen standing barefoot on the grass, with Meghan smiling and cradling one-year-old Archie while Harry stands behind the pair.
It was taken by photographer Misan Harriman - who also took a previous image of the couple which was released on Valentine's Day.
Sharing the photo on social media, Misan wrote: "What wonderful news to celebrate on International Women's Day! Congratulations my friends, and welcome to the #girldad club H."
The photo was shared on Monday, following the couple's chat with Oprah - which aired in the US on Sunday evening.
"To have any child, any one or any two, would be amazing, but to have a boy and then a girl, what more can you ask for?" Harry said.
"Now we've got our family. We've got the four of us and our two dogs, and it's great."
During the chat, Meghan bravely opened up about her mental health battle during her time in the royal family.
She explained how, during her first pregnancy with Archie, she had suicidal thoughts and tried to seek professional help.
When asked by Oprah just how close she got to taking her life, Meghan responded that her suicidal thoughts were "real and frightening", adding that at points she couldn't be left alone.
She harrowingly explained that when she asked if she could obtain mental health support she was told that she couldn't.
"I was really ashamed to say it at the time and ashamed to have to admit it to Harry especially, because I know how much loss he has suffered, but I knew that if I didn't say it, that I would do it," she told Oprah.
"I just didn't want to be alive any more and that was a very clear and real and frightening constant thought. I went to the institution, and I said that I needed to go somewhere to get help.
"And I was told that I couldn't, that it wouldn't be good for the institution."
You can read more about the interview here.
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