Earlier yesterday, it was revealed that Meghan would be reducing her engagements for a few days as the end of the first week of her first royal tour approached.
A source told us that "she is fine but resting".
The 37-year-old, who is expecting her first child, is now on her first official tour of Australia with her husband Prince Harry, but was notably absent at a cycling event as part of the Invictus Games in Sydney on Sunday morning (21Oct18).
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In order to cope as a pregnant royal, the Duchess of Sussex has had to learn to "pace herself" just like an Invictus athlete.
The Duke and Duchess Sussex are now on a 16-day royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji.
"But the duchess was very keen to re-join the duke at the last engagement of the day to greet the people of the island".
Prince Harry took a barge for the 70-kilometer crossing from Australia's mainland to the island, while the former American actress Meghan rode in a far more comfortable cruiser.
"Congratulations, I hope it's a girl", a well-wisher is reported to have called out to the Duke, according to the Daily Mirror.
Hours before the 2018 Invictus Games kicked off at Sydney Opera House Saturday night, Kensington Palace's official Twitter account shared a candid picture of the duke practicing his speech for the event's opening ceremony. "A new baby is a blessing and I look forward to seeing a little Meghan or a little Harry", the retired Hollywood lighting director added.
Harry appeared to reply: "So do I!"
She said, "I think friendships depend on people individually and how personal your relationship is".
Meghan rejoined her husband for lunch with Prime Minister Scott Morrison, before watching a Games sailing event from a boat on Sydney Harbour. On day five of the royal tour, she stepped out with Prince Harry in Sydney to open the newly renovated Anzac Memorial.