Harry urges pregnant Meghan to pace herself amid busy 16-day tour

Harry urges pregnant Meghan to pace herself amid busy 16-day tour

Prince Harry is carrying out several engagements without his wife after the Duchess of Sussex made a decision to scale back her plans on the royal tour.

Duchess Meghan will be cutting back on several engagements on the couple's grueling 16-day Royal Tour. It was also reported that they were trying to pace Meghan so that she doesn't overdue it during the tour.

The pregnant Duchess of Sussex took a break from royal tour engagements on Sunday morning after a late night at the Invictus Games opening.

Harry, who wore khaki pants and blue shirt, and Meghan, in an ankle-length striped dress, had kicked off their shoes to sit with members of community group OneWave, whose members wore brightly-colored shirts and flower garlands.

Meghan then joined her husband at a reception for Invictus competitors, their families and friends hosted by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

But chances Meghan will meet her sister are looking slim as the feud shows little signs of a resolution.

The trunks were presented to him by disabled sports presenter Dylan Alcott and two members of the Australian Invictus Games team at Admiralty House, where the royal couple are staying in Sydney.

Whether she was sharing her first job with the students or praising them for their charitable works, it was clear that the Duchess of Sussex had a connection with these girls.

Meghan's envisaged role on a scheduled Monday trip to Fraser Island, off Queensland state in Australia's north, was unclear, with the palace statement saying only that "the Duke will continue with the engagements on Fraser Island". If reports are true, we wonder if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will attend PeeCee's wedding.

"She said she was up at 4:30 a.m. this morning doing yoga in her room as she couldn't sleep", Waverley added, according to Sky News.

Charlotte Connell, 35, was at the beach with her son Finn and said the duchess had been suffering from the "double whammy" of jet lag and pregnancy.

On Friday, they will return to Sydney for the final days of the Invictus Games before flying home via New Zealand.