Royal tour: Meghan and Prince Harry to launch Invictus Games


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry haven't always stuck to what's royally "traditional" in their relationship, and that includes their decision to flaunt PDA while doing their royal duties.

The pregnant Duchess of Sussex has had her schedule cut back during her first royal tour, after a hectic start to her visit to Australia and the South Pacific with husband Prince Harry.

Duchess Meghan will be cutting back on several engagements on the couple's grueling 16-day Royal Tour.

"That word "normal" looms very large for Harry and Meghan when it comes to their child's future", the source added.

Harry, who served in the British Army for a decade, founded the Invictus Games in 2014.

Kensington Palace said the couple made a decision to cut back Meghan's schedule before their visit to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

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Meghan joined Harry for later engagements on Sunday, with the couple attending a reception at the Pavilion Restaurant in the Domain for Invictus competitors, their families and friends hosted by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

The former "Suits" starlet and Prince Harry were on hand to mark Fluoro Friday, a mental health awareness event, as part of their Australian tour.

Thomas Markle is "filled with love, joy, and happiness" following the news his daughter, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, is expecting a baby.

And the proud dad-to-be couldn't help but bring up the happy news as he delivered his speech at the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony today [October 20].

A tweet from Daily Telegraph reporter Hannah Furness revealed that while the Duchess was chatting with some of the girls from the school she told them, "My first job when I was 14, I remember taking out the trash, all sorts".

During that time, they will take in all the sights of Australia, before heading to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, meeting with locals and carrying out engagements at the Invictus Games in Sydney. "Harry had to walk straight past Jenna to get to his and Meghan's table", a witness told Vanity Fair's royal correspondent Katie Nicholl.