Transcript for New images of Meghan and Harry emerge since their split from the Royal Family
a new look at the Royals. We're now seeing the first pictures of Harry and Meghan together out and about since the two launched a new life for themselves. This, as we hear duchess Kate opening up about her struggles she faces as a mother. ABC's Julia Macfarlane joins us from our London bureau with more. Reporter: Good morning. Harry and Meghan seen landing in Victoria airport in Canada, after spending some time stateside. This as duchess Kate is stepping into the spotlight with an interview. Seen together for the first time since their big move, Harry and Meghan stepping off a plane, landing in Canada. Their new home since breaking away from the royal family and stepping down as senior Royals. This, as duchess Kate opens up like never before, speaking with host Giovanna Fletcher in the special episode of podcast, happy mom, happy baby. What we experience in our childhood really has a lifelong impact on future health and happiness. Reporter: Speaking on the struggles of parenthood, even relating to the all-too-common mom guilt. Did you struggle with mom guilt? Absolutely. Anyone who doesn't as mother is actually lying. Yeah, all the time. Reporter: Getting a rare glimpse of life inside the royal home. As a scene all moms can relate to that. Even this morning, coming to the nursery visit here, George and Charlotte, how could you possibly not be dropping us off at school. It's a constant challenge. You hear it time and time from mothers. Reporter: Mother of three young children, George, Charlotte and louie, Kate recalling the difficulties she had during pregnancy. What was your first pregnancy like? It was fine. I got very bad morning sickness. So I'm not the happiest of pregnant people. It happened every time. It's hard for everyone to see you suffering without actually being able to do anything about it. Reporter: Learning to manage severe morning sickness led to her practice of hypnobirthing. Reducing pain and anxiety during childbirth. Literally just in that your mind and stopping -- There's levels of it. I'm not going to say William was standing there sort of chanting sweet nothings. Reporter: Kate also reveling in the joys of new motherhood. What was it like when you held prince George in your arms? It's extraordinary. How can the human body do that? It's utterly extraordinarily. Reporter: The mother of three imparting her wisdom to other parents. As parents we have to try and remember through the complications of our children growing up things like that ultimately it's the really simple things that matter. Reporter: Surrounding Kate's landmark survey, five big questions on development, people across the uk participating and expressing their views on raising young children. That survey hoping to influence future generations and shape duchess Kate's work.
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