That's why Meghan Markle is not in Plymouth with Prince Harry today.



As Prince Harry arrives in the Plymouth area today to meet the soldiers of 42 Commando, many will wonder why his wife, the sublime Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, is not in tow.

Life is rather hectic right now for Meghan, a very pregnant woman – who arrived in the United States at the end of last week for a long weekend with pals that culminated with a lavish baby shower.

The Duchess of Sussex took advantage of her evening in New York when the deadline is exceeded, which, according to rumors, would take place in late April / early May.

Last night, she showed no sign of fatigue as she ended the day in Ralph Lauren's chic restaurant, The Polo Bar, reports the Mirror.

She was spotted laughing next to her friends while she was arriving at the upscale restaurant last night, one of President Donald Trump's favorites.

The 37-year-old was wearing a navy blue Victoria Beckham coat of £ 2,250, to pair with a black scarf, a pair of black satin boots – supposed to be from Isabel Marant – and a hand-held purse. black chain of vegan stylist Stella McCartney.



Meghan Markle lived a busy time
Meghan Markle lived a busy time

She completed the evening look with smoky eye shadows, a highlighter and a bronzer.

She has quite the entourage with her too.

The future mom will be in the United States alongside tennis champion Serena Williams, brand new designer Misha Nonoo, costume star Sarah Rafferty, brand consultant Benita Litt and university girlfriend Lindsay Roth.

What Meghan Markle did in the United States



US President Donald Trump said he was not aware of any invitation to attend their wedding.
Prince Harry and Meghan

The former American star of Suits would have visited Saturday in Laduree, SoHo district, macaroons and tea.

The Duchess was seen entering the Mark Hotel, in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, in a restaurant on the ground floor of the Met Breuer and at the Surrey hotel.

She was seen spending an evening in the Big Apple Tuesday after her baby shower. She arrived at the Manhattan Polo Bar around 7 pm for a dinner with some of her closest friends.

Today, she is expected to return to London after five nights spent in the Big Apple, totaling 3,459 miles of travel.

Three days later, she will travel to Morocco where she will, with Prince Harry, perform a number of official missions.

Doctors who closely monitor the Duchess advised her to stop taking the plane four or five weeks before the scheduled date.

The couple, who is expecting their first child in April, will travel to Casablanca, Asni and Rabit during their three-day tour of the country.

They have a number of commitments, focusing on a number of issues that are important to them, including gender equality and education.

Their journey begins Saturday with a guard of honor at the Casablanca airport, where the couple will be greeted by the British Ambassador to Morocco and his wife.

On Sunday, they will visit a boarding school run by Education for All, an organization that provides education to girls in rural areas of the country.

The itinerary will also include an official reception organized by the British Ambassador in Rabat, where they will meet influential women, young entrepreneurs and disabled athletes.

On Monday, they will participate in several events, including a visit to the Royal Moroccan Federation of Equestrian Sports to become familiar with the new program of the organization, which supports children with special needs.

Their last commitment will be a visit to a social entrepreneurs market where they will meet young people.

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