The Duchess of Sussex has chose to cut back on some parts of her first major royal tour after announcing earlier in the week that she's expecting her first child.
Harry and Meghan have been in the country since Monday, for a 16-day tour.
"Over the last four years the Invictus Games have become about so much more than the thousands of competitors who have taken part", he said on a stage shaped like a boomerang, following a belated traditional Aboriginal welcome ceremony that was held up by torrential rain and lightning.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry haven't always stuck to what's royally "traditional" in their relationship, and that includes their decision to flaunt PDA while doing their royal duties.
The source added: "We have to try to pace her".
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Another Royal source told DailyMailTV: "Samantha is kidding herself if she thinks there is any possibility of getting together with Meghan or anyone from the Royal family for that matter".
Earlier this week Meghan revealed that she gets up at 4:30 a.m.to do yoga - noting that it was "so good for healing your mind". "Meghan told me that pregnancy was like having jet lag", local reporter Charlotte Connell, who is also expecting, said (per People).
The Invictus Games, Harry's brainchild and the focus of this tour, were founded by the prince in 2014. Along with his brother Prince William and his wife Catherine, Harry also set up a mental health charity.
Meghan reportedly replied to Wolf and said, "We've been given a long list of names from everyone".
The former "Suits" star is still expected to travel to Fraser Island - which is the world's largest sand island and can be hard terrain for pregnant women - but it is thought she may not take part in as many engagements as originally planned.