Pregnant Meghan Markle reveals the 4.30am activity helping her sleepless nights

Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had both arrived at the beach wearing footwear but Harry went barefoot first, before Meghan chose to follow, handing her espadrilles to her husband.

Meghan Markle has compared pregnancy to jet lag during a conversation during her and Prince Harry's royal tour of Australia. The royals sported leis as they joined a local surfing group dedicated to raising awareness for mental health, a cause close to the couple's hearts.

"Meghan told me that pregnancy was like having jet lag", McConnell, who is 23 weeks pregnant, told the Evening Standard.

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Meghan, who shared that the job helped make her into the person she is today, also praised the school's students, saying that they reminded her of herself.

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"She said for her it's yoga, so being on the mat for her is like being in the ocean for us, and at 4:30 am this morning she got up and did yoga", Connell said.

She was even spotted on her way to a yoga class past year while dating Prince Harry and filming the seventh season of Suits in Toronto.

Meghan has always been a huge advocate for yoga, so it's not surprising that she's filling her time with some physical activity. They are just human beings. "We give you our full support".

"Yoga is my thing", Meghan said in an interview with Best Health Magazine. She says she is feeling ok, not too bad. "She said it was her escape".

Kensington Palace announced Monday that Meghan and Prince Harry are expecting their first child in spring 2019.

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