Published: Sun, October 21, 2018
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

Pregnant Meghan Markle reveals the 4.30am activity helping her sleepless nights

Pregnant Meghan Markle reveals the 4.30am activity helping her sleepless nights

Meghan Markle has compared pregnancy to jet lag during a conversation during her and Prince Harry's royal tour of Australia.

The Duke of Sussex said he was "a bit worried" about the weather for the Opening Ceremony of the Invictus Games.

Amid a torrent of fawning press coverage declaring Meghan the "Queen of hugs" and the prince receiving "buckets of love", the Australian Republican Movement is putting on a fearless face.

Before they left, Meghan was gifted a bouquet of carrots and couldn't help but share her excitement with Harry, saying: "We got veggies!"

Ms Connell, who is 23 weeks pregnant, told Meghan being pregnant felt like being jetlagged without the travel.

On Friday the glamorous officer as overseeing the security operation on Bondi Beach while the Royal couple discussed mental health with surfers.

This afternoon, Harry will climb Sydney Harbour Bridge alongside Invictus competitors to raise the flag for the games. "She has also worn open-toe, strappy heels to evening events".

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And while Meghan and Harry's baby name will remain a mystery for the time being, Princess Diana's former royal butler, Paul Burrell, has urged Harry to name his soon-to-be-born child after his late mother.

"She said she was up at 4.30am this morning doing yoga in her room as she couldn't sleep".

"She said it's so good for healing her mind".

It seems she's even influenced husband Harry, who spoke about the fight for gender equality at Macarthur Girls High School in Sydney. Perhaps it was due to their shared history of being students at an all-girls school or even the connection they seem to have as women trying to do good for others. "Their presence just made everyone shocked", 15-year-old student Rhiannon said.

Towards the evening Meghan will join Harry again to meet Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Admiralty House, followed by the duchess meeting the Australian Prime Minister.

Earlier, they paid their respects to Australia and New Zealand's war heroes.

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