The 37-year-old, who is expecting her first child, is now on her first official tour of Australia with her husband Prince Harry, but was notably absent at a cycling event as part of the Invictus Games in Sydney on Sunday morning (21Oct18).
The Duke and Duchess Sussex are now on a 16-day royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji.
Now, Prince Harry and Markle are right in the middle of a 16-day trip around the Australian continent.
"After a busy program, the Duke and Duchess have made a decision to cut back the Duchess's schedule slightly for the next couple of days, ahead of the final week-and-a-half" of their tour, the palace said, per The Sydney Morning Herald.
The couple will next travel to Fraser Island, off the coast of Queensland, with a visit to Lake McKenzie planned on Monday.
After leaving Australia, they'll continue on to Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand before heading back to Kensington Palace in early November. After the weekend, the Duke and Duchess are traveling from Sydney to the Queensland wilderness island on October 22 but Meghan plans on letting Harry enjoy the sights by himself once they arrive.
But the 37-year-old later returned to her husband's side to support those taking part in the sailing final at Sydney Harbour. Prince Harry isn't being quiet about it either.
A palace representative reportedly said Meghan is in good health, but just needs rest.
'We have to make sure she is well paced and not overdoing it.
"You are the role models to us all, and you are going to put on one hell of a show over the next week", Prince Harry told the competitors in his address.
"She had a very late night last night".
Harry was seen helping Meghan onto the yacht to watch the race, which saw host country Australia take first place.
Twins Krystal and Sienna Dawson presented the royal couple with a medallion and a painting during the visit.
Less than twenty-four hours after Prince Harry officially opened the fourth Invictus Games, representatives from five nations sat down to work out how they could work together to tackle some of the biggest issues facing veterans and serving defence personnel.
Harry, 34, is said to have responded, "So do I!"
Lifeguard Jake Nolan, who has previously met Harry on Bondi Beach, said: "He said that he'd met us before - he came by the tower".