Meghan Markle announces pregnancy in Sydney - Ireland

Danny Woods
October 20, 2018

"With the jet lag at the moment she's up at 4:30 a.m., and she said what I do, I do yoga straight away", Bodell reports.

While the group dressed in loud and outrageous fluorescent outfits, Harry and Meghan were more subdued, but their message to the group was clear.

Before they left, Meghan was gifted a bouquet of carrots and couldn't help but share her excitement with Harry, saying: "We got veggies!"

"Meghan told me that pregnancy was like having jet lag", McConnell, who is 23 weeks pregnant, told the Evening Standard.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be visiting New Zealand for five days, from October 28, as part of their 16-day tour of New Zealand, Australia, Fiji and Tonga.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made a point to greet and spend time with numerous well-wishers who have come out to welcome them on their tour, which has so far included stops in Australian cities such as Sydney, Dubbo, Melbourne, and the famous Bondi Beach, as well as other neighboring communities.

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Prince Harry served in the Army for ten years, rising to the rank of Captain and undertaking two tours of Afghanistan. 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.

"Meghan said [yoga] was her "leveller", it's what keeps her grounded, like surfing does for us".

Prince Harry and Meghan are on their first worldwide tour since marrying in May.

Lifeguard Jake Nolan, who has previously met Harry on Bondi Beach, said: "He said that he'd met us before - he came by the tower".

In a statement this morning, Kensington Palace said that the couple are expecting a baby in the spring of 2019.

"I think being around such empowered young women, it becomes something you all just grasp onto, to understand your world", she continued.

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