Meghan's royal tour schedule pared back

Meghan's royal tour schedule pared back

Meghan Markle has turned to yoga to cope with the discomforts of her pregnancy.

Just a few days ago, the Kensington Palace sent the world in a tizzy after they announced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their first child together.

When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their pregnancy on October 15, they assured fans that they'd be undertaking their tour as planned - all 76 engagements scheduled over 16 days in four Commonwealth countries.

The sources added that Meghan is "feeling fine but resting" and is "just trying to pace things".

Britain's Prince Harry operates a remote control auto with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex at the Invictus Games driving challenge on Cockatoo Island in Sydney, Australia, Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018.

"Over the last four years the Invictus Games have become about so much more than the thousands of competitors who have taken part", he said on a stage shaped like a boomerang, following a belated traditional Aboriginal welcome ceremony that was held up by torrential rain and lightning.

They will next travel to Fraser Island, off the coast of Queensland, with Monday's planned engagements including a visit to Lake McKenzie and a walkabout on the Kingfisher Bay.

In a statement the palace said: "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".

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There was then speculation as to whether she would snub Prime Minister Scott Morrison at his Invictus reception lunch at the Pavilion Restaurant in the Domain where the Duchess was due to meet children and athletes.

Prince Harry with the Australian team at the Invictus Games cycling competition at the Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney.

The baby news was announced on the eve of the duke and duchess's first official visit outside the United Kingdom and Ireland.

A pregnant Meghan watched her husband deliver the gushing speech, and of course couldn't wipe the smile off her face.

A tweet from Daily Telegraph reporter Hannah Furness revealed that while the Duchess was chatting with some of the girls from the school she told them, "My first job when I was 14, I remember taking out the trash, all sorts".

Earlier, they paid their respects to Australia and New Zealand's war heroes.

Yep, it looks like Prince Harry is going to be the embarrassing dad no one asked for.

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