The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have decided to cut Meghan's plan "lightly" on their tour of Australia, says Kensington Palace
Prince Harry was without his pregnant wife when he handed medals to the Invictus Games athletes on the sixth day of the trip abroad.
Meghan moved out after the opening ceremony on Saturday night for almost two hours.
The Duchess then joined Prince Harry in engagements later in the day.
A spokesman for Kensington Palace said, "After a strenuous program, the Duke and Duchess have decided to shorten the Duchess' schedule for the next few days, just before the last one and a half weeks of the tour."
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Prince Harry walked alone on the street cyclists of Sydney's Domain on the second day of the Invictus Games.
In the games founded by the Prince in 2014, injured service personnel from 18 countries compete in 8 sports against each other for 8 days.
The Duke of Sussex later showed his sense of humor as he put on a pair of tight swimwear over his jeans – known as wave smugglers in Australia.
The suitcases were presented to him by disabled sports host Dylan Alcott and two members of the Australian Invictus Games team at Admiralty House, where the royal couple resided in Sydney.
Dylan Alcott, a three-time Paralympic gold medalist in wheelchair tennis and wheelchair basketball, said: "We gave him a present, one of the athletes, Matt (model), gave him some wave smugglers and he put them on over his jeans looks great.
"He said," Should I wear them? " We said, "100%." So he put it on. Good to him.
Meghan came to her husband for a reception for the Invictus competitors, their families and friends, hosted by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
The pair will next travel to Fraser Island off the coast of Queensland, with a scheduled visit to Lake McKenzie on Monday.