Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set off on their royal tour this month, with the couple currently on the New Zealand leg of their trip, having already visited Australia, Fiji and the kingdom of Tonga.
But with a jam-packed schedule of official events and appearances, it’s hardly surprising that Harry and Meghan haven’t had much downtime - something they surely need, especially following the news of their future baby, expected in Spring 2019.
It has recently emerged however that the now Duke and Duchess of Sussex did actually escape for a mini moon on their tour and we didn’t even notice.
The royal couple reportedly took some time away during their royal tour of Fiji, escaping for a ‘mini moon’ at the Vatuvara Private Islands Resort on Kaibu Island, before returning to royal duties in Tonga.
Meghan has opened about her pregnancy during the tour, explaining how it has made her feel jet lagged, so here's hoping she managed to catch up on some sleep!
Luckily, it looks like the mini moon did the trick, with the royal couple seeming relaxed and restored when they arrived in Tonga.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently in New Zealand - and people are talking about them more than ever, especially after Harry let his nickname for his future baby slip!
Here’s hoping they get to have another mini moon soon!
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