Meghan Markle, 37, is taking a much needed break from the royal tour with Prince Harry, 34, after what seems like a nonstop week of appearances and she's doing so to make sure she gets enough rest during her pregnancy.
"After a busy program, the duke and duchess have chose 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", the palace said in a statement.
According to reporters at Daily Mail Australia, Harry told competitors that his wife was resting at home as "being pregnant takes its toll".
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal tour has already had its share of memorable interactions with well-wishers.
The visit to Fraser Island off the coast of Queensland state took on a different tone, as the Duke of Sussex was greeted with a traditional Aboriginal ceremony from the local Butchulla people on the peaceful shores of Lake McKenzie. "She was the most lovely baby", he told The Mail.
Meghan pulled out yet another show-stopping look for the occasion and dazzled onlookers in her black frock by New Zealand designer Emilia Wickstead.
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Now, Prince Harry and Markle are right in the middle of a 16-day trip around the Australian continent.
An embarrassed Harry replied: "I will take that as a compliment".
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"First of all, thank you for the welcome you have given Meghan and I over the last few days", he said to the assembled crowd at the Sydney Opera House. "We have to try and pace her".
"If it has been a very late night due to unforeseen circumstances, we have to adjust for that", the source said.
One of them held a sign that said "Rangas Rule", Australian slang for someone with ginger hair.
While half of Australians oppose having British monarchs as head of state, and the vast majority of citizens have carried on with business as usual during the visit, there has been sizable support for the celebrity couple at every stop.