Even though Meghan made quite an effort to keep up with Prince Harry and their demanding schedule during her first few days in Australia, she has finally chose to scale back on things.
Their arrival in Fiji's capital of Suva on Tuesday will be followed by two days of engagements focused on the environment and education before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex head to Tonga. The Suitsalum, who is now four months pregnant, wore her attractive brunette locks in a classic messy bun and a chic pair of oversized shades for the occasion.
Yesterday, the royal couple had a relaxing day of activities as they toured Queensland's Fraser Island.
Looking forward to the duke and duchess's future Baby Sussex, set to arrive in spring 2019, well-wishers gave them tons of sweet baby gifts, like flowers, stuffed bears and even an adorable baby blanket.
Karen added how great it was to work with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their rendition of Stand By Me for the wedding, saying the couple would make changes to the song every now and then.
Harry and pregnant Meghan, 37, are now in Fiji as part of an official Royal visit, with Meghan showcasing her baby bump in an elegant blue dress at a black tie reception on Tuesday.
The couple spent the weekend kicking off the Invictus Games, where Harry admitted to a fan that he hopes he and Meghan will have a baby girl.More news: Rihanna Turned Down Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show to Support Kaepernick
The mum-to-be looked incredible for the formal dinner, hosted by the President of Fiji at the Grand Pacific Hotel where the royal couple are staying.
They will travel to Albert Park along Edinburgh Drive from Borron House through the Heart of Suva City to attend the traditional welcome ceremony at Albert Park from 6pm to 6.45pm.
On Monday, Harry made the trek into an ancient forest for a royal engagement, reports CBS News' Jonathan Vigliotti.
Harry quickly responds, "so do I", before walking off.
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