Prince Harry lays wreath for veterans in Fiji

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POOL/Reuters Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, arrive for a reception and state dinner at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva, Fiji, on October 23.

Earlier in the tour, the 37-year-old former actress missed an event in order to "pace" herself with such a busy schedule and a baby on the way, according to MailOnline.

Prince Harry sipped on the narcotic drink kava at a traditional welcoming ceremony in Fiji Tuesday as the island nation gave the British royal and his pregnant wife Meghan the biggest greeting so far on their Oceania tour.

There are still plenty of days left in their two-week tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand. The couple spent the weekend kicking off the Invictus Games, where Harry admitted to a fan that he hopes he and Meghan will have a baby girl.

During their royal encounter, Mr Cooper and Ms Kellam presented Harry and Meghan with two teddy bears dressed in Queensland Ambulance Service uniforms, before the humble royals posed for a photo with the pair.

The duke spoke of his admiration for the Fijian service personnel at a black tie dinner hosted by the president on Tuesday night.

About 15,000 people, many holding union flags and pictures of the royal couple, packed into Albert Park in downtown Suva for the ceremony led by elders in grass skirts.

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"After a busy programme, The Duke and Duchess have chose to cut back The Duchess's schedule slightly for the next couple of days, ahead of the final week and half of the tour", a statement from Kensington Palace read, according to the Express.

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Both Meghan and Harry will speak at their university engagement, which will be live-streamed to other unis in the Pacific region.

Meghan will today embark on her first solo duties of the tour, visiting the British High Commission for morning tea and the Suva Market.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive in Fiji.

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