After a short break at home, Meghan Markle was again beaming on the sixth day of her royal tour Down Under with husband Prince Harry.
Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, attended a Sunday afternoon reception hosted by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison in Sydney, not long after Harry had awarded medals in a street race at the Invictus Games this morning, which was a focal point of her Tour represent.
To mark the occasion, Meghan wore a black turtleneck pullover and a black pullover jeans with white striped blazer from L'Agence and black Deneuve pumps from Aquazzura.
Harry, who has coordinated a bit with his wife, wore a gray blazer and black pants with brown suede shoes.
Although Meghan missed the Sunday morning medal ceremony, Harry had handled it well on his own ̵
Earlier on Sunday, sources said Meghan would reduce their engagements for a few days as the end of the first week approached their first royal tour.
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"After a tiring program, The Duke and Duchess have decided to shorten the Duchess' schedule for the next few days, before the last week and half a tour" , said a source.
Meghan feels "good, but resting," a source said aloud Hello! 's Emily Nash. The goal is "just trying to speed things up for them," according to a source.
On Monday, just one day before their tour, Meghan and Harry confirmed that they were expecting their first child together.
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After the cycling ceremony on Sunday morning Harry said his wife "was resting at home aus "aus
" Being pregnant takes its toll, "he said.
She did not seem to wear bad at reception as the photographers hugged her with Harry's smile.
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According to reports, Meghan is still on Fraser Island, off the east coast of Australia, and will continue to make some appearances with Harry.
So far this trip – the bringing them not only to Australia, but also to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand – Meghan and Harry were joyfully received when they attended Invictus events, quit Bondi Beach and met with locals among others.
They started the Tour just one day after announcing that they were expecting their first child together The seventh in line for the British throne.
Describing an unbelievable h Orginal greeting, "said Harry Saturday:" We … could not really imagine a better place to announce the upcoming baby. "