Duchess Meghan Markle Cradles Her Baby Bump at Fiji State Dinner

Rosalie Gross
October 24, 2018

Prince Harry drinks kava as his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, looks on at a traditional welcome ceremony after they arrived in Suva, Fiji.

Harry and Meghan observed a royal salute, and the Duke was then invited to inspect the guard of honour before the couple left for their next engagement, a meeting with Fiji's President, Jioji Konrote.

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.

She's done hiding! Meghan is pregnant and proud of it, which she proved on the latest stop of her royal tour in a Safiyaa dress.

"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 half of the tour", a statement from Kensington Palace read, according to the Express.

Crowds cheered as Prince Harry sipped the kava, which is used to treat anxiety and stress in some countries but can not be imported to the EU.

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The duke and duchess also went out on the water in Sydney, where Harry took up the challenge of scaling the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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.

Harry and Meghan have two more days left in Fiji and according toCosmopolitan, they will split up during this time with both of them having separate engagements to attend to.

Earlier this week, a spectator at an Invictus Games event in Sydney commented to Prince Harry, 34, that they hope the couple welcome a daughter, with Harry agreeing.

The 28-year-old said: "As soon as I introduced my daughter to Harry, he said "That's a great name".

But she surprised royal fans with a stylish appearance at the walkabout, and the 37-year-old will be returning to her normal tour schedule as the couple hit the tarmac and head to Fiji on October 23.

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