Duchess Meghan Markle Cradles Her Baby Bump at Fiji State Dinner

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Meghan arrived wearing a white Zimmermann dress and a Stephen Jones hat, before changing into a Fijian blue gown by London-based designer SAFiyAA and diamond jewellery for the State Dinner.

Zika can cause congenital deformities in unborn babies but there have been no cases in either country this year and Kensington Palace said Harry and Meghan made a decision to proceed with the trip after consulting doctors. The mum-to-be looked incredible for the formal dinner, hosted by the President of Fiji at the Grand Pacific Hotel where the royal couple are staying.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry touched down at Naosori Airport in the capital Suva at the start of a three-day visit to the tiny Pacific nation.

The Duke and Duchess on Fraser Island in Australia yesterday.

However, due to the Duchess's pregnancy, Kensington Palace had advised that she would be cutting back on official tour engagements, including all engagements on Fraser Island.

The couple was scheduled to attend an official welcome ceremony at Suva's Albert Park that will mirror one attended by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh in 1953.

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The 28-year-old said: "As soon as I introduced my daughter to Harry, he said "That's a great name".

Earlier in the tour, the 37-year-old former actress missed an event in order to "pace" herself with such a busy schedule and a baby on the way, according to MailOnline.

Meghan will today embark on her first solo duties of the tour, visiting the British High Commission for morning tea and the Suva Market.

Fiji is the next stop for the couple, followed by Tonga.

But Meghan isn't the only one excited about parenthood.

Earlier in the day the royal couple received a warm welcome from locals as they touched down in the lovely country for a three-day visit. The handsome shade is in fact thought to be a nod to the nation, with one guest noting the gown was clearly 'Fijian Blue, - a tribute to her hosts.