Harry Megan ends his trip to the South Pacific. The prince is going to be a father.

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 Harry Megan ends his trip to the South Pacific. The prince is going to be a father.


Prince Harry and Megan ended their 16-day trip to the South Pacific on Monday, thanking fans and mentioning his wifes pregnancy: My wife and I, as well as the baby to be born, are grateful to be here, and we have my grandmother, the queen and the familys wishes. Blessing. We thank you very much for your hospitality and for all the preparations you have made for our arrival. The royal couple announced earlier this month that they would have their first child, and Megan is expected to give birth in the spring of 2019. During the tour in New Zealand, Megans baby protruding display has been fully displayed. At a state dinner in Fiji last week, she wore a sky-blue shawl and was photographed holding her already prominent pregnant belly. On the second day of their visit to New Zealand, Harry and Megan visited a coffee shop on the Wellington coast, where they communicated with people in need of mental health support through help lines, social media and other programs. Source: NetEase entertainment editor: Lee Si _NBJ11322

Prince Harry and Megan ended their 16-day trip to the South Pacific on Monday, thanking fans and mentioning his wifes pregnancy: My wife and I, as well as the baby to be born, are grateful to be here, and we have my grandmother, the queen and the familys wishes. Blessing. We thank you very much for your hospitality and for all the preparations you have made for our arrival.

The royal couple announced earlier this month that they would have their first child, and Megan is expected to give birth in the spring of 2019. During the tour in New Zealand, Megans baby protruding display has been fully displayed. At a state dinner in Fiji last week, she wore a sky-blue shawl and was photographed holding her already prominent pregnant belly.

On the second day of their visit to New Zealand, Harry and Megan visited a coffee shop on the Wellington coast, where they communicated with people in need of mental health support through help lines, social media and other programs.