While Meghan recently took some well-earned rest during the first leg of their tour in Australia, she is thought to be back to her full schedule and planning to attend all engagements.
The Duchess is now pregnant with the couple's first child and she showed her tiny baby bump while greeting guests at the dinner that evening!
Because of the rules that govern the jewelry, new royal Meghan Markle has had a very limited number of occasions in which she's been qualified to wear one.
Their arrival in Fiji's capital of Suva on Tuesday will be followed by two days of engagements focused on the environment and education before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex head to Tonga.
As their tour of Australia began, the Duke and Duchess received their first baby gifts, and not surprisingly, they looked delighted as the Duke was given baby sized Ugg boots and the Duchess was handed a stuffed kangaroo with a joey.
During her outing on Fraser Island, Markle happily cradled her baby bump as she walked hand-in-hand with her husband.
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Prince Harry and Meghan made a casual appearance at a walkabout on Fraser Island.
Thousands of locals turned out to see the royal couple who stood on the balcony of the Grand Pacific Hotel, in Suva, Fiji, to wave to the public.
The couple spent time on Monday afternoon meeting locals on the Kingfisher Bay jetty.
Day seven saw the Duke and Duchess visit the world's largest sand island, Fraser Island, in sunny, warm Queensland.
The 34-year-old royal couldn't help but share his excitement at becoming a dad when a well-wisher yelled "Congratulations, I hope it's a girl!" during a cycle race in Sydney.
Earlier in the tour, during a walkabout in Melbourne, the duke and duchess stopped to play with five-and-a-half-month-old Harriet Bonaddido and chatted with her mother, Jessica.