Meghan’s tour schedule in Australia cut after hectic start

Meghan Markle Prince Harry

Meghan’s tour schedule in Australia cut after hectic start

The pregnant Duchess of Sussex took a break from royal tour engagements on Sunday morning after a late night at the Invictus Games opening. In a speech at the Opening Ceremony outside the Sydney Opera House, Harry said those taking part had turned the games into a "symbol of. honour and optimism for a new generation", BBC News reports.

Earlier this week Meghan revealed that she gets up at 4:30 do yoga - noting that it was "so good for healing your mind".

A Kensington Palace spokesman said: "After a busy programme, the duke and duchess have chose to cut back the duchess's schedule slightly for the next couple of days, ahead of the final week-and-a-half of the tour".

They will next travel to Fraser Island, off the coast of Queensland, with Monday's planned engagements including a visit to Lake McKenzie and a walkabout on the Kingfisher Bay.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison, wife Jenny and his daughters Lily and Abbey met the royal couple.

It is the Invictus Games to be held, following similar events in London, Orlando and Toronto. News: "I'm super excited. I told him it is a traditional Samoan tattoo", the East Timor and Afghanistan veteran said. They waved to the crowd as they made their way across the harbour, before boarding the boat, which had been anchored just metres from the spot at Farm Cove where Prince Harry's grandmother Queen Elizabeth first stepped onto Australian soil in 1954.

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Harry wore the tropical dress of his regiment, the Blues and Royals, with medals, Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order badge and sword, while Meghan wore an Emilia Wickstead dress and Philip Treacy hat.

Speaking to The Mail on Sunday newspaper, the 74-year-old former lighting director said: "I was sitting in line waiting to cross the border when I heard the baby announcement on the vehicle radio". Have you had the opportunity to meet the happy couple?

"He's been there, he's done it, he's experienced everything that we have all been through", Australian cycling competitor Jarrod Kent said.

"Now that she is about to become a parent herself I was hoping this letter would cut through all the misconception and explain to her the hurt and isolation the family felt".

After the Invictus Games, Harry and Markle will continue their tour in New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.

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