Meghan Markle is feeling the exhaustion of her pregnancy and is opting out of her appearances for part of the rest of the Australian royal tour with hubby Prince Harry.
The Duchess of Sussex was expected to attend the Invictus Games cycling events in Sydney, but pulled out because she was exhausted. Their original schedule had over 70 engagements for the period. Royal reporter Emily Andrews spoke to 35-year-old fan Charlotte Waverley, who revealed the chat she'd had with Meghan on Bondi Beach on October 19.
Speaking at the launch of the Sydney Games in June 2017, he said: "The Invictus Games shows us that it is possible to overcome adversity, and that the impossible is possible, if you have the will".
The Duke of Sussex has opened the Invictus Games in Sydney - with more than 500 competitors taking part in 13 sports in the Australian city.
The Duchess was back on deck at lunch time, welcomed by Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison at an Invictus Games reception for competitors and mental health organization representatives.
"If it has been a very late night due to unforeseen circumstances, we have to adjust for that", the source said.
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It has now been reported that Meghan is set to cut down on her royal engagements for the remainder of the tour and will also miss the events that are set to take place on Fraser Island on Monday.
The source reportedly said that the word normal "looms large for Harry and Meghan when it comes to their child's future".
This is the first major overseas royal tour for the couple since they got married in May. Then, after a moment's hesitation, Harry replied, "So do I".
No decisions have yet been taken about the Duke and Duchess' plans in Fiji and Tonga, where they are due next.
British royals Harry and Meghan kicked off their shoes and donned tropical garlands Friday as they hit Sydney's famed Bondi beach for the latest stop on their Australian tour.
Prince Harry, who wore a grey jumper over a smart shirt, placed his brown satchel into the back of the auto before it set off to Admiralty House, the Governor-General's sprawling Sydney harbourside residence, where the couple will stay on Monday night.
"We have to try to pace her".