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Duchess meghan The already reduced schedule was shortened even more.

The Duchess of Sussex was moved on Wednesday through her appearance at the Suva market in the capital of Fiji due to a security risk to the large crowd that came to greet the Real Reality.

Duchess Meghan was scheduled to spend 15 minutes in the domestic market, where she planned to meet with vendors who were authorized by the UN Women Markets project for change. However, security personnel accompanied Meghan halfway as the fan group became overwhelming.

A spokeswoman for Kensington Palace confirmed to the Associated Press that her visit ended earlier than expected due to crowd management problems.

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A crowd of people gather to take pictures while Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, visit the University of the South Pacific in Suva, Fiji. (Photo: Pool, Getty Images)

The Duchess spoke with a salesman and briefly met others while they were there. Merchants sold fruit at the market, including watermelons and pineapples, as well as handicrafts and fans.

Prince Harry was not in the market with his wife on the 9th day of the 16-day tour of newlyweds in the South Pacific. Instead, he discovered a plaque during the dedication of the Colo-i-Suva forest to the Canopy of the Commonwealth Queen.

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex speaks during a visit to the University of the South Pacific on October 24, 2018 in Suva, Fiji. (Photo: Pool, Getty Images)

Earlier, Duchess Meghan spoke about the importance of education for women in developing countries at the University of the South Pacific.

During her first official speech during the actual tour, Meghan spoke about the difficulties she faced financially while attending college. The Duchess said that she relied entirely on scholarships, financial aid programs and paid work on campus to fund her education, noting that in the end it was all worth it.

As announced on Sunday by Kensington Palace, the Duchess of Sussex has reduced his scheduled appearances.

"After a busy schedule, the duke and the duchess decided to slightly cut back the duchess's program for the next two days, before the last week and a half of the tour," the palace said in a statement.

The couple is scheduled to visit Tonga on Thursday before returning to Sydney on Friday night for the final days of the Invictus Games, Harry's creation and the focus of his tour. The couple will end their trip with a four-day visit to New Zealand.

Contributing: The Associated Press

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