Meghan Markle and Prince Harry postpone USA tour

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry postpone USA tour

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry postpone USA tour

They will later attend a state dinner hosted by Konrote.

In a nostalgic nod to Prince Harry's grandmother's visit in 1953, Prince Harry and Meghan stood at the same spot on the hotel's balcony as the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh did then.

Ms Von Watzdorf was born on the outskirts of Paris and spent summers on the Mediterranean in Italy, giving her designs a unique flavour with ruffles and bell sleeves.

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are on day eight of their 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific.

The couple have already received a number of gifts for the baby, from soft toys through to clothes and a changing mat.

PA Wire/PA Images The duke and duchess at their hotel in Fiji.

Hundreds of spectators waved small plastic Fijian and British flags as Harry, wearing a gray suit with three medals, and Meghan, dressed in a cream long-sleeved dress and matching hat, stepped on to the tarmac outside the capital of Suva.

Earlier on Wednesday, Meghan gave a speech at the University of the South Pacific where she talked about the excitement of attending university and the importance of education for women and girls in developing countries.

A Kensington Palace spokeswoman told The Associated Press that her visit was cut short due to crowd management issues.

Thousands of men, women and school children lined the route of the couple's official motorcade into central Suva, with many spectators smiling, waving and holding up handwritten signs. It was held at Albert Park. According to Entertainment Tonight, while aboard the tram, a 12-year-old student by the name of Charlie Wolf asked the newly pregnant couple if they had thought of any names for their unborn child. Harry even sipped some kava, Fiji's unofficial national drink.

Rain began to fall again as the lovo, a presentation of a roast pig, and a basket of dalo, a root vegetable like a potato, was offered to the duke.

The Duke of Sussex has also stated that many countries including Great Britain look to Fiji to provide leadership on environmental issues which affect all of us, and that have been affecting Fiji as an island nation for many, many years.

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