Meghan Markle is not having the average second trimester of pregnancy!
The Duchess of Sussex has completed two days of her 16-day Royal Tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga with her husband Prince Harry. The tour in total is comprised of 76 events, which is quite the feat to take on during her first pregnancy.
The couple announced the news that they were expecting their first child together on Monday, but haven’t slowed down since.
During their second day of engagements, Markle said that she’s “running on adrenaline” and feeling “a bit tired,” but added that she’s doing “pretty well so far,” according to several royal reporters.
Kensington Palace previously confirmed to ET that the Duchess has past her 12-week mark and is in “good health.”
Part of her packed schedule includes visits to Fiji and Tonga, two countries with official warnings of Zika virus.
The couple was greeted by school children in Dubbo, Australia, on Tuesday, with Meghan and Harry getting big hugs from 5-year-old Luke Vincent. Despite a downpour of rain, the couple appeared to be in good spirits as they visited several different organizations.
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