Published: Tue, October 23, 2018

Prince Harry Says He Wants a Baby Girl With Meghan Markle

Prince Harry Says He Wants a Baby Girl With Meghan Markle

The Duchess of Sussex was expected to attend the Invictus Games cycling events in Sydney, but pulled out because she was exhausted.

After the Saturday morning event at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Harry was joined by Markle at The Domain park for a reception at The Pavilion restaurant with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and leaders from support groups for veterans.

But Meghan is not expected to take part in official engagements at the World Heritage-listed site on Monday, with Kensington Palace adding that "The Duke will continue with the engagements on Fraser Island as planned".

Prince Harry has revealed that he hopes his wife, Meghan Markle, has a baby girl.

The 37-year-old Duchess of Sussex was scheduled to appear at Fraser Island today with her 34-year-old husband, Prince Harry.

The visit to Fraser Island off the coast of Queensland state took on a different tone, as the Duke of Sussex was greeted with a traditional Aboriginal ceremony from the local Butchulla people on the peaceful shores of Lake McKenzie. Luckily, Meghan had just the thing thanks to pal Williams's eponymous fashion line.

Graeme Cooper and Danielle Kellam were taking the palliative care patient to hospital but took a detour so she could visit a beach for the last time.

The Hervey Bay ambos met the couple on Monday, presenting them with two paramedic teddy bears for the royal baby.


Harry and Meghan had a very late night after the Invictus Games opening ceremony was delayed due to an electrical storm.

It was rumoured that the royal couple has an awkward run-in with Coleman in September, while the royals were on a secret trip to Amsterdam for the launch of an exclusive members club, Vanity Fair reported.

Say it with us now: awwwww! "She said she was up at 4:30 a.m. this morning doing yoga in her room as she couldn't sleep".

'She wants to do everything but Prince Harry is encouraging her to pace herself'.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Anzac Memorial in Sydney.

The couple, who are expecting a child next spring, have 76 events on their schedule during their 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.

"When they handed her to me and I held her in my arms for the first time it was love at first sight". Although they often share loving looks and laughs in public, it's not every day that we see them holding hands or getting touchy-feely.

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