The Duchess of Sussex has returned to her husband’s side for afternoon engagements after taking the morning off to rest.
Prince Harry went solo on Sunday morning for day six of their royal tour, cheering on Invictus Games athletes, while pregnant Meghan took some down time following a jam-packed first week.
With the opening ceremony running later than expected on Saturday night due to bad weather in Sydney, the mother-to-be decided to catch-up on some sleep back at Admiralty House for the morning.
However, she was soon back beside Harry, joining him for a reception at The Pavillion Restaurant hosted by Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
The Duchess was absolutely glowing, in a classy white pinstripe blazer, black jeans, a turtle neck black top and simple black pumps.
According to multiple reports, Meghan is “feeling fine” and was just “resting” in the morning. She is expected to stay with her husband for the rest of the day, for an afternoon of sailing.
“The Duke will attend the cycling as scheduled this morning, and The Duchess will join him for this afternoon’s engagements. The Duke will continue with the engagements on Fraser Island as planned.”
Last night the happy couple attended the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games where Prince Harry paid tribute to competitors in a touching speech.
Addressing a crowd of thousands, the Duke of Sussex spoke proudly of the event which he created four years ago and the deeper meaning behind it.
“Our Invictus family has turned these games into a symbol of strength, honour and optimism for a new generation,” he said.
“The Invictus generation is also about showing that being tough means being honest about how you feel inside and out.”
Although the event was postponed an hour due to bad weather, that didn’t dampen the sprits of competitors who were cheered on by thousands as they marched through the forecourt.
The talented sports people from 18 countries, including 72 Australians, happily waved to spectators who let off roaring cheers.