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Pregnant Meghan Markle reveals the 4.30am activity helping her sleepless nights

The royal couple has been showered with flowers and baby gifts during their trip, as they announced they are expecting their first child next year.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently said that they already have a list of names to think about when it comes to their unborn baby, but Harry also just revealed a name he's partial to if the baby turns out to be a girl.

The 16 day Autumn tour will see the parents-to-be visit cities in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

Meghan bonded with a fellow expectant mother, 35-year-old Charlotte Connell, by discussing how her pregnancy is affecting her sleep.

"Her unlikely accessory has sent stationery lovers into a frenzy, with the purple folder having nearly sold out across Officeworks stores nationwide", a spokeswoman for Australian outfit Officeworks told the Daily Mail.

Harry and Meghan were visiting the farm to discuss the ongoing effects of drought in the region, and the struggles and hardships faced by farmers.

And even though Markle didn't confirm Prince Harry joined in on the yoga session, she's reportedly helped her husband learn to love the activity, and got him into practicing it before their wedding.

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Harry had spent just ten weeks in the Helmand Province amid safety concerns when news of his secret deployment was leaked in the media, meaning he had to leave in order to protect himself and his fellow troops.

Meghan, who previously said motherhood was on her "bucket list", is believed to be at least three months' pregnant as royal announcements usually follow the 12-week scan.

When asked if Meghan was her favourite person now, Sethunya nodded and said "yes".

Another pupil added: "She said that she hadn't thought of one as it was still quite early". They paused by the statue of sacrifice and visited the hall of memory, with its towering ceiling dotted with gold stars paying tribute to the thousands of NSW men and women killed in WWI.

There were also crowds along Liverpool Street, while other people - and a cardboard cutout of Harry and Meghan - watched on from balconies as the royals arrived. "So at 4:30 in the morning she woke up".

According to PEOPLE, Jessica, 28, said: "As soon as I introduced my daughter to Harry he said, "that's a great name".

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