The Duke and Duchess of Sussex make it look very easy, but there is no doubt that their actual tour through Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand should be exhausting. Armed with a smile, a quick joke and a heavy dose of PDA, both are every inch of the modern couple that the royal family needs, but even they need a break sometimes. It was recently announced that Meghan Markle would change her schedule and retire from a couple of events, leaving a number of commitments on Fraser Island in the capable hands of Prince Harry. Since she is pregnant, I am honestly amazed by the fact that she just single began to slow down. The free day of Meghan Markle on the actual tour seems to have been well deserved and now that more details have come up, I am also a bit jealous.
According to Hello, Meghan apparently took a load at the Kingfisher Bay Resort, an award-winning eco-resort located on Fraser Island. The hotel, whose main business also conducts a series of sightseeing tours on the island, seems to have really cared for it, as it apparently "enjoyed a whale sighting" before retiring to the luxury getaway.
The store also raised the possibility that Meghan has taken advantage of a spa day at the resort's Island Day Spa, which offers hot stone massages, body scrubs with coconut vanilla exfoliation and facials with bio-hydra to rejuvenate tired skin The spa revolves around "a philosophy of wellness with Australian natural products" and provides "extracts of plants, fruits and flowers native to Australia" in their relaxing sessions. So even if Meghan was not touring the rest of Fraser Island with Prince Harry, at least he may have been enjoying the local Australian culture (in an unusual way).
But in reality it seems that Meghan could have spent her time a little differently. A spokesman for the royal family told Hello! "She is not sick or exhausted and she feels good, and in fact she spent some time preparing for the next days of the tour while the duke was out of service." Wait, then Meghan Markle took the day off, but still did your homework? Basically, it sounds like the child that my mother wants to have and it is very inspiring to see how well she is assuming her new role in the
Meanwhile, Prince Harry enjoyed the rest of the island declared a World Heritage Site and was greeted with a traditional Welcome to Country smoking ceremony by his Butchalla indigenous people. The people of Butchalla, who call the island K & # 39; Gari (paradise), were photographed laughing and chatting with the charming king.
Although the hotel made reference to the fact that Meghan and Prince Harry were going to visit the island declared a World Heritage Site, they also shared some details about the preparations they had made for their stay. They said on their website that "hundreds of excited guests" were staying at Kingfisher Bay Resort, so I hope Meghan really relaxes away from the spotlight for a while.
They said: "Our team has been working behind the scenes to make sure that the resort grounds are ready for our real visitors."
However, Meghan did not have the entire day off, as she met with Prince Harry for a ride along Kingfisher Jetty and it seemed that his free time had done wonders. (The brightness of pregnancy is real). While wandering around the famous landmark and greeting visitors, she clung to her baby with a soft smile that warmed the girl's heart.
A real source told the Daily mail, "We were worried about the [roads] On the island, they are incredibly bumpy and uncomfortable for anyone, not to mention a pregnant woman. But the Duchess was very interested in rejoining the Duke in the last engagement of the day to greet the people of the island. "I'm still an exaggerator.
With the Duke and Duchess who have just landed in Fiji and only one week left of their actual tour, it looks like it will be quite exhausting and TBH. I hope they take care of themselves. The crossed fingers have a deserved rest planned for later.