There’s nothing more Australian than kicking your shoes off and getting your toes stuck into the sand at the beach – which is exactly what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex did on Friday. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle started the fourth day of their debut international tour at Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach, and the first thing they did when they hit the sand was take off their shoes. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited Sydney’s Bondi Beach on Friday and took off their shoes.
Pregnant Meghan did her best to shelter her husband from the downpour with an umbrella on their royal tour.
Since the announcement Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expecting a baby, royal fans have been wondering when exactly the little bundle of joy will arrive. The only indication Kensington Palace has provided is that Meghan is due to give birth in spring 2019, which would be April, May or June next year. Now Australian singer Missy Higgins, who met Meghan and Harry in Sydney on Tuesday, has let slip exactly how far along the Duchess of Sussex is in her pregnancy.
The pregnant Duchess of Sussex might be in her second trimester, but she’s got no time to give into the leg pain, heartburn and UTIs she might be experiencing. With 76 engagements to crack through while on her 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga, she’s expected to smile constantly, make excellent small talk and give everyone she meets her full attention. Meghan’s reportedly enlisted the help of her close friend and stylist Jessica Mulroney who was seen arriving in Sydney.
A pregnant Meghan – who had changed into a khaki ensemble – beamed as she watched her husband command the room as he gave his thanks to everyone for the “incredibly warm welcome” Down Under. After announcing the happy news they’re expecting their first child together, the royal couple were welcomed by plenty of fans at the Sydney landmark.
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