Meghan Markle reveals the activity that is helping her through pregnancy


Meghan, who is now pregnant with the couple's first child, donned a Martin Grant maxi dress - continuing her tradition of dressing in Australian designers during her visit Down Under.

Meghan chatted with pupils at Macarthur Girls High School about their past jobs, telling them: "My first job when I was 14, I remember taking out the trash, all sorts".

It's possible that Markle is indeed suffering from jet lag, as she and Harry arrived in Australia earlier this week for the start of a 16-day tour of the continent, as well as New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.

Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, meet participants of Fluro Friday, an event organized by surfing community OneWave tackling mental health issues, during their visit to Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia October 19, 2018.

She revealed she had woken up at 4:30 am to do yoga, calling it "so good for healing your mind". Dabriella Quayle, 37, said afterwards: "Oh my goodness, they were just so real, so relatable".

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In the 10 weeks he spent at the battlefront, the Duke of Sussex said he had never seen injured soldiers, and witnessing it all at once made him want to find a way to help.

Prince Harry also spoke at the engagement, highlighting the strength of women and talking about how men should also participate in the fight for equality.

The youngster, who had been watching from her grandmother's balcony, held out a hairband to the couple and Harry did a quick U-turn from entering the auto to say hello. Harry then scaled 1,300 steps to the top of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge to kick off the fourth Invictus Games.

Watched on by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and NSW Veterans Affairs Minister David Elliott, the duke and duchess laid a colourful wreath of Australian native flowers at the memorial's front step.