Meghan Markle's Ballgown Has Fans Convinced She's Expecting a Boy

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Earlier in the day the royal couple received a warm welcome from locals as they touched down in the handsome country for a three-day visit.

With the country's elections - only the second since a military coup in 2006 - due to take place in less than three weeks time.

But it wasn't just The Queen's presence that was felt during their first day in Fiji; President Konrote also paid tribute to Harry's late mother, in the sweetest way. 'I am sure you would agree privately that the present Government has not provided a level playing field for an open and fair elections'.

Rebecca English, Royal Correspondent for the Daily Mail, shared updates from the ceremony on Twitter and it wasn't long before people started asking why Meghan was flouting the rules.

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.

Wearing a slit-to-the-thigh Reformation maxi dress that appeared see-through in the sunlight, Meghan arrived by vehicle to meet Harry at the end of the pier, where he had been brought by boat.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussexmarked one week on royal tour in Australia with a casual trip to Fraser Island - but many were anxious they wouldn't see Duchess Meghanat all that day.

Harry suggested that he hoped they are expecting a girl as he attended a cycling event at the Invictus Games on Sunday.

Markle and Harry are now on their first worldwide tour together and arrived in Fiji on Tuesday.

It was reported last week that Meghan, 37, recently had a 12-week ultrasound.

The Duchess will attend a morning tea at the British High Commissioner's Residence and hear about a United Nations Women's project, Markets for Change, which promotes women's empowerment in marketplaces throughout the Pacific.