Duke and Duchess of Sussex want a 'normal' life for their child

Duke and Duchess of Sussex want a 'normal' life for their child

It has now been reported that Meghan is set to cut down on her royal engagements for the remainder of the tour and will also miss the events that are set to take place on Fraser Island on Monday. "I hope it's a girl". Harry and Meghan later looked loved-up as they watched the final of the Invictus Games' sailing competition from a luxury boat in the afternoon.

The royal dad-to-be made the sweetest remarks about his future baby with wife Meghan Markle during the 2018 Invictus Games Opening Ceremony on Saturday at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia.

She said: "I would hope that - for the sake of the baby, the family, the world and my dad - that leaving him out of the statement was not intentional". "She's not sick, just tired" another source told DailyMail.

Harry's itinerary also touched on the history of logging on Fraser Island, whose famed hardwood trees were used to build the London's docks in the 1930s.

But Meghan, who is about four months pregnant, will be resting up on Monday while Prince Harry undertakes a number of engagements focused on environmental issues. "I wish her and Harry nothing but the best", he expressed.

Princess Anne, the Queen's second child, rejected royal titles for her children Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips, who have both kept a relatively low profile compared with their cousins, including the recently married Princess Eugenie.

Harry and Meghan are due to leave Australia for Fiji and Tonga on Tuesday.

The Duchess, who is now cutting down on the number of Royal engagements at the tour because of her pregnancy, arrived at the beach in a breezy striped number, with a thigh-high slit.

A source in the royal household said: "She wants to do everything, but Prince Harry is encouraging her to pace herself".

If the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do in fact welcome a baby girl in spring, British oddsmakers are placing their bets on the moniker Victoria per People.

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