When it comes to royal tours, there's a tight schedule that has to be followed with lots of hand shaking and photo ops. But even royals who have flown half way around the world need a little downtime to get over the jet lag.
And it seems that Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are no different!
ABC News journalist Richard Baines tweeted a picture of a Menulog delivery person with a bag of takeaway deliciousness outside Admiralty House, the residence where Harry and Meghan are staying.
Could it be that our favourite royals love a takeaway as much as us?
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The Duke and Duchess touched down in Sydney at around 6am on Monday morning to kick off their royal tour of Australia and the Pacific, and after the gruelling flight from London, we can assume they're a little bit exhausted.
While they don't start their royal tour officially until Tuesday, Harry and Meghan have the opportunity to rest up at Admiralty House, the residence of the Governor-General of Australia in Kirribilli.
And with 76 engagements in Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and Tonga, it's totally understandable that they want to put their feet up with a takeaway before proceedings.
So what's in the bag? Meghan herself has admitted she's a foodie and confesses that French fries are her "own food group." Same here, Your Highness.
She may be technically working, but in a previous interview, she admitted that her holiday food is pasta.
"When I'm travelling, I won't miss an opportunity to try great pasta," Meghan told Delish.
"I come back from vacation every year with a food baby, and I've named her Comida. I get to the set and I'm like, 'Hey, Comida's here, and she's kicking.'"
And with royal baby rumours going into overdrive after a few interesting clues, could Meghan's cravings be kicking in already?
Harry and Meghan aren't the only royals who like to indulge and order in from time to time.
In an interview with BBC Radio One, Prince William and Duchess Catherine confessed that they love a takeaway curry, even though William struggles with spice.
Though when that happens, William and Catherine aren't the ones to call up and tell them to drop it off at Kensington Palace.
"It doesn't usually get ordered to the palace. We tend to go and pick it up, not ourselves," Prince William revealed on the air.
And after a full-on 11-hour labour with Prince George, reports revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent the night in the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, Paddington and ordered a couple of pizzas to celebrate.
WATCH: Prince William and Duchess Catherine talk about their favourite takeaway.