Royal tour: Meghan and Prince Harry to launch Invictus Games

Royal tour: Meghan and Prince Harry to launch Invictus Games

Meghan pulled out of an arranged meeting with Invictus Games competitors to rest after Saturday's ceremony overran by almost two hours, leaving the duke to present the medals alone on Sunday morning.

Ben Yeomans, Damien Irish and Jarrod Kent were all smiles and had nothing but praise for the Duke of Sussex after meeting him on Sunday at the Invictus Games cycling event in Sydney.

A palace source said she was still "feeling good" in her second trimester of pregnancy, with the couple "pacing themselves" to get through the 16-day schedule.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made a decision to cut back Meghan's schedule "slightly" during their tour of Australasia, says Kensington Palace.

The Sussexes are now part-way through a gruelling 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, with 76 events on their schedule.

The couple was supposed to spend their first day attending Invictus Games events on and around Sydney Harbour.

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On Saturday, the soon-to-be first-time dad gushed about his wife and their news that they would be expecting their first child during his speech at the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony in Sydney, Australia.

But in the afternoon, Meghan did make it to an Invictus reception hosted by Prime Minister Scott Morrison at the city's central parkland, The Domain. Also, it seems that Priyanka is quite inspired by Markle's pregnancy and is thinking of having kids as last week she was quoted by E!

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were shocked by the amount of litter they found while on the beach.

All of the fun kicked off on Monday, when Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, attended a welcome event at the Admiralty House, with Australia's Governor General Peter Cosgrove and his wife, Lady Lynne Cosgrove.

QUEENSLAND royal watchers and fans have been left stunned by reports of a major change to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's planned visit to Fraser Island.

Meghan is still expected to travel with Harry to Fiji and Tonga but it is possible there may be some adjustments to her programme there as well. And he put them on, over his jeans.

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