While at the Bondi Beach in Sydney, Meghan spoke to a lady named Charlotte Waverly and said that "pregnancy was like having jet lag".
However, Meghan took a break from the Invictus Games events yesterday morning though Harry watched a cycling competition.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had announced the news of Duchess's pregnancy on the first day of their Australian Tour. "Thank you for the welcome you have given Meghan and I over the last few days", he said.
The royal couple have had a gruelling schedule since arriving in Australia on Monday, visiting Sydney, Melbourne and the regional town of Dubbo, as well as opening the Olympic-style Invictus Games for disabled and wounded soldiers.
Others shared similar sentiments about the casualness of the outfit, and it not being quite appropriate for the tour, with another user stating, "She packed for a honeymoon not a Royal visit".
Harry and the former Meghan Markle also matched earlier that day (we're sensing a pattern here!) as they both donned black Invictus Games shirts to play with children and remote controlled cars. She is expected to travel to Fiji alongside her husband tomorrow and acknowledge the public in Albert Park from the balcony of the Grand Pacific Hotel in Fiji, just as The Queen did in 1953.More news: Yelich on Machado: 'A dirty play by a dirty player'
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The two are yet to talk since the royal wedding, and Thomas is very much anxious he may never meet his grandchild in person.
Meghan Markle committed a bit of a fashion faux pas while on her first royal tour in Australia.
"I hope it's a girl". In fact, she also attended the royal wedding of Markle with Prince Harry.
Anthony Carroll added, "It was incredible, they're such lovely, down-to-earth people".
The Duke and Duchess came out to the island as part of a celebration dedicating the island's rain forests to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy, a royal initiative aimed at creating an worldwide network of forest conservation programs.
"I think this is a new phase in every woman's life", she further added, "and I hope hers is as awesome as she wants it to be".