Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who Wednesday in May, are travelling around Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga during their 16-day trip. By the time the royal couple head back to the United Kingdom from New Zealand on 31 October, they will have completed 76 engagements, Metro reports.
The Duchess held an umbrella for the Prince while he spoke.
That's no easy feat when you're pregnant and trying to adjust to the time difference, but Meghan revealed how she's been getting over jetlag to a local surfing group on Bondi Beach. From attending Princess Eugenie's wedding, to heading off on their first royal tour as a married couple, to announcing they were having a baby, these royal newlyweds have had quite the busy schedule!
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"Harry has always been hands-on and tactile", Ms Arbiter said.
"Even in her jet lag she got up to do yoga this morning at 4.30". You're doing really, really good work and I'm so happy that we're here.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a new female head of protection - armed and in heels. "We give you our full support".
The Duchess of Sussex looked ever-so-chic in a striped maxi dress, while keeping comfortable in a pair of espadrilles.
While this sounds delicious to us, Meghan Markle was apparently concerned that she had used too much banana in her bread. They are just human beings. Harry was in no rush to leave as the boy kept touching his face, displaying the patience and kindness he shows to all his fans.