Having announced her pregnancy October 15, Meghan likened her pregnancy symptoms to those of jet leg just days into a 16-day tour she and Harry are set to make through Australia, Tonga, Fiji and New Zealand.
Harry and Meghan faced choppy waters while sitting on a boat to watch the sailing final on the first day of the Invictus Games, and they greeted many participants of the games along the way.
"After a busy programme, The Duke and Duchess have made a decision 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", says a royal aide, according to Hello!'s Emily Nash.
On Sunday, Prince Harry attended an engagement by himself without Meghan by his side as she rested at home.More news: Earth’s Biggest Organism Is Dying, And We Are To Blame
The opening ceremony for the Games at Sydney's Opera House on Saturday night was delayed after an intense thunderstorm, and the Duchess of Sussex did not attend a cycling medal presentation with Harry on Sunday.
"The Duke will continue with the engagements on Fraser Island as planned".
Harry saluted as the Last Post rang out across Hyde Park, while Meghan, in a long black dress by New Zealand designer Emilia Wickstead, stood beside him. Then, as the newlyweds touched down in Sydney ahead of their 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, the Duchess of Sussex was seen covering her stomach with two purple binders.
However as they near the end of their first week, it was decided Meghan should have a slightly less hectic schedule so she can "pace herself", a source said.More news: 30 injured when floor collapses at college party
Wearing the tropical dress of his regiment, the Blues and Royals, Harry unveiled a plaque that noted the extension was "opened by a grandson of the Queen".
Kensington Palace announced that while Meghan will join Prince Harry in travelling to Fraser Island tomorrow, she will not take part in any official events.
The Duchess of Sussex could give birth at any point between March and June 2019.More news: Amazon to employ 600 staff in Manchester