Published: Wed, October 24, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Boy or girl: Duke of Sussex reveals his choice

Boy or girl: Duke of Sussex reveals his choice

The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, attended the Royal Academy of Arts for the opening of the Oceania exhibition, bringing together about 200 works from public collections.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have officially parted Australia's shores for the lovely island of Fiji, although they will be back on Friday.

"The duchess and I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible during the next two days and celebrating the links and close friendship between Fiji and the United Kingdom".

Looking forward to the duke and duchess's future Baby Sussex, set to arrive in spring 2019, well-wishers gave them tons of sweet baby gifts, like flowers, stuffed bears and even an adorable baby blanket.

Dozens of people from the village of Nakelo took to the Albert Park turf to perform for the Duke and Duchess.

On Tuesday night, Megs stepped out in her most stunning look yet at a State Dinner in Fiji, wearing a caped Safiyaa floor-length azure blue gown.

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Additionally during their visit a week ago, Prince Harry and Meghan talked with a lady named Jessica and played with her 5-month-old little girl, Harriet. "I told her a story about my father, which she loved, and I wished them every happiness in the world with their baby", Joyce told reporters.

The Duke and Duchess received a warm welcome as they landed in Suava, Fiji, for the next leg of their tour, which previously saw them receive a royal welcome in Sydney, Australia.

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

After stepping off the plane, Meghan needed to hold her cream-colored hat to prevent it from being blown away as Harry inspected a guard of honor.

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Prior to the evening's soiree, the Duke and Duchess were welcome to the island of Fiji on the eighth day of their royal tour, in the same way Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and her husband, Prince Phillip, were welcome to the island country in 1954.

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