While Harry takes in some of the competitions, Markle was "resting back at home, being pregnant takes its toll", a source said.
The couple's tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand kicked off this week with plenty of references to Meghan's just-announced pregnancy, and Harry continued that tradition on Saturday, as he gave a speech at the 2018 Invictus Games Opening Ceremony.
At one point Harry could be seen holding his pregnant wife's hand as she negotiated steps on board a boat.
According to a source palace aides are "just trying to pace things for her" after a busy first week and ahead of the final week.
"Harry said each and every one of us will experience poor mental health at some stage in our lives", Charlotte Connell, one of the participants in the circle, told the Australian Associated Press.
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The royal palace hasn't announced plans to change the Duchess' schedule during the remainder of the tour yet. We have to make sure she is well-paced and not overdoing it. "She said it was very freeing that she no longer has social media", Ms Oakes told the Daily Mail.
She matched the trainers with a pair of black jeans and chic round sunglasses.
Thomas - who retired to Mexico six years ago - added that he wasn't surprised by the news, saying: "I'm delighted for them both". They don't talk to me about my disability, they talk to me about my tattoos.
He said: "But people did start noticing when teams came and swept the boat with a bomb dog, they even sent divers underneath it". But, in true best friend style, Priyanka had a hilarious response when she was asked by E!
The prince, accompanied by the Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, a Games ambassador and three athletes climbed Sydney Harbour Bridge to raise the Invictus flag on the eve of the Games.
The Invictus Games is an annual event for military members and veterans who've became injured or ill while serving in the armed forces.