PRINCE Harry talked about his concern for Meghans health when his wife skipped an event yesterday and revealed that she…
PRINCE Harry talked about his concern for Meghans health when his wife skipped an event yesterday and revealed that she will take a step back from the limelight of the King.
But the pregnant duke of Sussex still managed to go to lunch with the prime minister, sail Sydney Harbor and put in a glamorous appearance at an evening reception together with her daughter-in-law.
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Sandiland’s Center for Criticism After Exhibition on Radio Awards  The 37-year-old showed no signs of her fatigue, looks radiantly in a black dress and greeted graciously during the couple’s final public appearance in the city, a feature of the Invictus Games Foundation at the Government House.
They will fly to Fraser Island in Queensland this morning, but Meghan will not participate in any engagements and rest while Harry is eating with traditional landowners and park rangers.
Meghan looked glamorous in a black dress like her and husband Prince Harry participated in an evening reception at the Government House. Image: Matrix It was previously clear that Sussex’s duchess will retreat from some events when she juggles pregnancy with royal duties on the couple’s tour. Image: Matrix The 37-year-old feels tired, with her husband telling a disappointed audience at an event yesterday morning that she “rested at home” because “pregnancy takes its toll”. Photo: Matrix
“After a busy program, the Duke and Duchess has decided to cut down the Duchess’s schedule something in the next few days, before the last half and a half of the trip,” Kensington Palace said in a statement. “Duke Will Continue With Engagement on Fraser Island as planned. “
The couple are due to visit Fiji and Tonga after Fraser Island.
They should spend yesterday at Invictus Games events on and around Sydney Harbor. However, after a storm, the opening ceremony was delayed on Saturday night Meghan did not attend the Invictus bicycle medal presentation morning in Sydney’s domain.
Instead, she chose to rest at Admiralty House where the couple stayed, leading to speculation about her health. The prince was left to leave medals by herself.
When he left the medal ceremony and passed the NSW Art Gallery, they shouted the spectators “Harry, where is Meghan?”
He b told the audience: “She is at home. Being pregnant takes its toll. “
There was also speculation about whether she would stumble up Prime Minister Scott Morrison at his Invictus reception lunch at Pavilion Restaurant in Domain where the Duchess would meet children and athletes.  News.com.au, however, discovered that she was sneaking in through the back door. 19659022] media_camera Meghan and Harry arrive at the PM lunch. Photo: Chris Jackson / Getty Images for Invictus Games Foundation They came via a rear entrance to the stadium. Photo: Liz Burke
Harry greeted her with a kiss as she came from a car that ran up to the pavilion. The couple were welcomed by Mr. Morrison and his family and the prince shook hands with PM’s excited daughters.
Prince Harry was seen on the back porch of the restaurant and gave one
The beloved couple then sat sailing in the afternoon and hit the water in Sydney Harbor to see Invictus Games sail finally close and personally.
The Sussex Duchess rocks the aviators on the Great Ocean. Image: Brendan Esposito
After the opportunity, the royal couple returned to Admiralty House, the official residence of the governor general, hand in hand.
It was an action-packed day for the Duchess as she helped the prince celebrate the Olympic athletic contest for disabled and ill officials.
The expectant mother does not suffer from morning sickness, but is apparently tired when juggling royal duties and pregnancy while on a trip.  media_camera Royals riding up front. No need to even call shotgun. Prince Harry and Meghan lead to Fraser Island this morning. Image: Chris Jackson / Getty Images for Invictus Games Foundation
The Sun’s Royal Reporter Emily Andrews tweeted: “It has been a strenuous week, and although the Duchess has not had a morning sickness, she has been very tired. “
It will not be an unfortunate road for royalty as they are going to travel 4WD across Fraser Island.
Media members warned last week that part of the trip either by ferry or shutdown the road on the island may require some medical medication.
Harry presented medals solely yesterday morning. Photo: Candace Sutton Meghan participated in today’s recent events. Invictus runner Ben Yeomans tried to get Prince Harry to sign his specially made budgie smuggler, but the prince refused with much laughter as Mr. Yeomans put them on the head
Harry and BUDGIE SMUGGLERS
will, however, bring home his own, who has the words “Team Aus Down Under”, printed on the bomb and presented privately to him this morning.
Harry will be taking home a couple of own buddy smugglers. Picture: AP Photo / Kirsty Wigglesworth
Prince Harry refused to sign a green and gold pair of budgie smugglers, despite the good-bye basics of Aussie Larrikin’s Mr. Yeomans, Damien Irish and Jarrod Kent.
However, all smiles and the trio had nothing but praise for the Duke.
Kent said they understood that it would not have been a good look in front of the printing presses on the world press.
“He was quite aware of that,” laughed Kent. “We hoped he would try them, but oh, next time. To be honest, he’s so down to earth, one of the boys really.”
Harry also chatted Invictus athlete Damien Irish, who he played water polo against in Britain in 2004.
It is after the prince raised a crowd of 4000 competitors, family members and dignitaries at the feet of the Invictus Games opening ceremony when he went on stage to officially open The event on Saturday night.
The father was pleased that thousands watched when he spoke of his love “joy”.
“I have been so proud to present my wife to you and we have been so happy to celebrate the personal joy of our newest addition to all of you,” Harry said.
Earlier this week he talked about how he “could not imagine anywhere better” to announce the world that he and Meghan were expecting their first child.
HARRY IMPRESSES INVICTUS COMPETITORS
The duke of Sussex turned out that Invictus Games competitors are one of those contests continuing on day two.
The newly married poison took its time to stop talking to wounded former military and women from all over the world, pausing to lay a hand on their scars or to inspect their prostheses.
He has been there, he has done it, he has experienced everything we have all gone through, says Aussie bicycle competitor Kent.
Prince Harry made an impression on the competitors. Image: AP Photo / Kirsty Wigglesworth)
Although he started chatting with the Invictus cartridge with a laugh, he said it was a serious moment when he and his comrades tried to convey his pride for the prince for what he had begun.
“We talked about the games and how inspiring he is for us,” said Mr. Yeomans. “He’s amazing, gets the word out there and inspires the public and gets everyone behind it.”
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The British press reported this weekend that the Duchess of Sussex refused to tell Dad Thomas Markle she was pregnant – and instead, Mom Doria asked to do it.
A source told The Sun Modern-to-Be, felt “dark and raw” to talk to him after her dad revealed details of his conversation with Prince Harry.
Meghan fired before the opening ceremony with a Stella McCartney dress she droned before on Queen’s birthday night at London’s Royal Albert Hall in April.
Prince Harry and Mrs. Meghan look forgiven during the invictus game opening ceremony in Sydney. Image: Saeed Khan The duke of Sussex met guests at a reception in Sydney’s iconic opera house. Photo: Saeed Khan / Pool Photo via AP The beloved couple is coming to Fraser Island today. Image: Mark Metcalfe / Getty Images for Invictus Games Foundation
The duke received a bowl and a standing ovation for his inspiring speech when he opened Invictus Games.
“You are the optimistic generation. You are the new generation of service and you are the role models for all of us,” he said to competitors.
“Hello Sydney!” Prince Harry raised the audience to his feet when he declared Invictus Games open. Image: ABC
He gave a special message to the country.
“I have a mission for you all the Aussies. And that’s not how many shrimp you can put on the barbie,” he joked.
“Our competitors have made it into these games, most traveling from thousands of miles away.”
“It’s your job to cheer them on and share their stories. It’s your privilege to watch the tripod or with your friends and families around the tv. It’s your responsibility to make sure your kids know how amazing these guys and girls really are. “
Earlier that day, he celebrated the thousands of Australians who lost their lives in battle during a visit to Anzac Memorial in Sydney.
Harry and Meghan put a wreath on memory streaks and as a piper played the military clergy greeted Prince Harry. The duke also greeted while the Australian genocide was played.
The couple bent their heads when one minute’s silence was held to honor those fallen, and Prince Harry was stiff at the attention of his wife during military production of arms.  ROYAL SUCCESS
The wet weather, which previously threatened to wash out the event, failed to suppress the athletes’ sport that lodged on Saturday night’s ceremony after severe thunderstorms had lowered the port and delayed the opening by over an hour.  Some participants were obviously turned off by the weather. Some places remained vacant at the opera house, with Invictus officials telling news.com.au a number of participants had left.
But the wet weather did not dampen the competitors’ spirits. The Australian team chanted, “Aussie Aussie Aussie, oi oi oi!” As the remaining participants found their places on the lazy farm.
The 500 athletes from 18 nations, along with their families and followers, arrived at the function of a boat that the sky opened on royal regenture in Australia.
Prince Harry could not take the eyes of his wife Meghan when the invictus game initiation ceremony began. Image: Toby Zerna Australian athletes enter the Opera House’s opening ceremony. Image: Toby Zerna
The ceremony featured traditional aboriginal dance and performances from Australian favorites like Kate Ceberano and Lee Kernaghan, but it was Magda Szubanski who stole the show.
Give the royal couple full Aussie treatment, beloved comedies broke on stage dressed as her famous Kath & Kim alter ego Sharon Strzelecki.
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