Prince Harry Hopes his Baby With Meghan Markle is a Girl

Danny Woods
October 24, 2018

The full-length cape blue dress is by label SAFiYAA, designed by by German-born London-based designer Daniela Karmuts.

The palace said in a statement, "The Duke and Duchess have chose to cut back The Duchess's schedule slightly".

The couple will then finish their tour with a four-day visit to New Zealand.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a busy programme in Fiji which will include visiting the Fiji War Memorial to pay their respects, meeting war veterans, touring the University of the South Pacific campus in Suva and meeting students.

Markle and Harry are now on their first worldwide tour together and arrived in Fiji on Tuesday.

The jam-packed schedule in the first week has exhausted the Duchess of Sussex, and Kensington Palace announced that she would be scaling back some of her engagements during this tour to rest.

The duchess wears a striped dress by Reformation (which is now unavailable online) on day 7 of the royal tour.

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But, as we reported previously, Markle isn't keen on missing out (Prince Harry is the one encouraging her to "pace herself") which meant Markle ended up accompanying her husband on one of the official outings on Fraser Island: a walk along Kingfisher Bay jetty followed by a meet-and-greet with the public.

She had to pull out of a couple of engagements over the weekend, leading royal watchers to believe the she was experiencing some early pregnancy symptoms.

Wearing a slit-to-the-thigh Reformation maxi dress that appeared see-through in the sunlight, Meghan arrived by auto to meet Harry at the end of the pier, where he had been brought by boat.

She said: 'I think they (Harry and Meghan) provide this beacon of hope and light for so many.

But Kensington Palace said the couple had sought medical advice and chose to continue with their plans, with no change expected to their itinerary.

The Duke of Sussex took part in the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb on Friday joined by three representatives from Team Australia at the Invictus games.

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