Meghan Markle, 37, has become a total pro when it comes to fulfilling her royal duties. This Friday, the pregnant Duchess and Prince Harry, 34, said goodbye to Tonga. Wearing a light blue day dress, the mom-to-be attended a farewell ceremony with her hubby.
Meghan was fresh-faced and glowing when spending her last day in the country.
She waved goodby to locals and spoke with kids, some who even gave her gifts such as fresh flowers.
Radar readers know the former Suits star is more than three months along in her pregnancy, and has been staying out of the tour's more lively activities.
Despite that, she's been by her husband's side for almost every appearance — growing baby bump and all!
While the Duke and Duchess don't yet know if they'll be welcoming a boy or a girl, they seem ecstatic to be starting their own little family.
Of course, Meghan is still dealing with some nasty family issues concerning her father and estranged half-sister — but that seemed to be the last thing on her mind this Friday.
After saying goodbye to the people of Tonga, Meghan and Harry flew back to Sidney, Australia, to attend the Australia Geographic Society Awards. The brunette beauty wore a glamorous Oscar De La Renta gown with a dreamy black-and-white bird print.
She looked so stunning that Harry couldn't help but share some sweet PDA throughout the night.
Both Harry and Meghan gave touching speeches at the event. Looking dapper in a navy suit, the Prince gave a shout-out to his father, Prince Charles, whom he described as a "well-known conservationist."
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