Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton Basically Just Wore the Same Dress

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton Basically Just Wore the Same Dress

Looking rested and happy as ever, Meghan cradled her baby bump dressed in a striped linen dress by American eco-friendly brand Reformation, pairing it with the Sarah Flint Greargladiator sandals she wore earlier this summer to a polo match.

For her first evening event in Fiji, Meghan Markle chose an outfit that honored the island nation itself.

The pair had a whirlwind day in Fraser Island on Monday, with pregnant Meghan stepping out of a couple of engagements.

But a royal aide close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex claims that Meghan isn't sick, but just exhausted from the traveling, her demanding schedule and of course, her pregnancy.

There are new reports that suggest the Duchess of Sussex is feeling rather sick because of her pregnancy and that's why she has made a decision to scale back on some of her royal engagements and public appearances in Australia.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussexmarked one week on royal tour in Australia with a casual trip to Fraser Island - but many were anxious they wouldn't see Duchess Meghanat all that day.

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But as she stepped off the plane she was spotted sporting gifts from the Queen and Prince Phillip. There was a light drizzle and an official held an umbrella above Meghan's head. It was to involve traditional elements of Fijian culture, including dances and a kava ceremony.

The Duchess of Sussex played tribute to the host country by sporting the Fiji blue ensemble, according to Entertainment Tonight. Members of the public are invited and 15,000 are expected to attend.

"And for women and girls in developing countries, this is vital".

There is no vaccine for Zika, and the CDC says the best way to avoid infection for those who must travel is to take extra precautions to prevent mosquito bites.

The news of Meghan's pregnancy had sparked fears among royal watchers about exposure to Zika virus, which is officially listed as a risk in Fiji and Tonga.

They will close their overseas tour by visiting New Zealand before returning to London.

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