Harry flies solo for Invictus Games as pregnant Meghan 'cuts back schedule'

Harry flies solo for Invictus Games as pregnant Meghan 'cuts back schedule'

Monday is still set to be a busy day for Prince Harry in Queensland, with the 34-year-old expected to unveil the Queen's plaque at the Fraser Island Rainforest.

"He said: 'Shall I put them on?' We said: 'One hundred percent.' So he put them on".

It's understood the Duchess has not been suffering morning sickness, but has been exhausted after a gruelling schedule.

Prince Harry declines to sign some budgie smugglers at the Invictus Games yesterday.

Although Meghan took the time to rest on Sunday morning, she did attend the lunch reception with Harry right after the Invictus Games and appeared to be in good spirits as the couple smiled and held hands in the crowded restaurant.

The pair were due to meet with Indigenous elders and learn about the island's Aboriginal history, but now the Duke of Sussex do the greetings on his own.

The announcement came from Kensington Palace after Prince Harry attended a cycling event in Sydney's botanic gardens for the Invictus Games; his wife Meghan was due to be there with him.

The couple were due to meet with Indigenous elders, but they chose to cut back Meghan's schedule for the next couple of days.

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It's no cruisy route for the royals to get to Fraser Island as they will be travelling by 4WD over the island.

Sources said to Us Weekly earlier that the prince encouraged Meghan to "slow down" when she was feeling exhausted around the time of the opening of the Invictus Games.

Ian Vogler / Pool via AP Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend the opening of Anzac Memorial at Hyde Park in Sydney, Australia, on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018.

Last year, Priyanka also famously defended Meghan Markle when a talk show host characterised her just as "Prince Harry's girlfriend".

Over 16 days they are travelling to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, with a packed programme of over 70 engagements.

'We have to try to pace her, ' the source explained.

"It's your responsibility to make sure your children know how unbelievable these guys and girls really are". Last week in Sydney, she swapped her suede designer Stuart Weitzman pumps for comfy, pointed-toe $145 flats by Rothy's. Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are on day three of their 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific.

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