Prince Harry and pregnant Meghan's emotional moment that brought them to tears in public
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were moved to tears during an event in Fiji commemorating those who lost their lives in the war.
After 4 days of touring through the paradisiacal island of Fiji, both Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have had to meet a fairly tight schedule. Both have lived unforgettable moments and the inhabitants are delighted with their presence.
This type of short visits but full of activities can be an emotional roller coaster for the royal couple, and recently their feelings overflowed during the official opening of ANZAC Memorial in Hyde Park.
Apparently, one song in particular made the fibers of both Harry and Meghan move. Both were captured by the camera while wiping out the tears from their eyes, but Prince Harry was visibly more touched than his wife. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa.
This very sensitive reaction is one to be expected because of all the time he himself served in the war, in addition to all the time that the Prince has devoted to supporting all those people who are in the armed forces.
For that reason, the moment the choir began to sing the hymn ‘I vow to thee my country’, one of Princess Diana's favorite songs, the royal couple could not help but shed a few tears.
Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, arrived on the island of Fiji Tuesday on the eighth day of their South Pacific tour.
They were first greeted by a guard of honor at Nausori International Airport before heading to packed Albert Park where they were presented with a whale's tooth and the ceremonial drink: kava.
The beautiful couple still has a long way to go during these 16 days of touring through the islands of Oceania. Meanwhile, Meghan's pregnancy continues to develop normally.
After announcing on October 15 that they were expecting a baby, all the tabloids have followed closely every step taken by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan. The eighth great-grandchild of Queen Elizabeth is expected to come into the world by the spring of 2019.