"Regardless of the drizzling rain, Fijians are out in numbers with their umbrellas to welcome their royal highnesses", the Fiji government said on social network Twitter, alongside pictures of crowds waiting to greet the couple.
The couple, who flew from Hervey Bay, Australia, in a charter plane, will spend three days in the country, "experiencing the rich Fijian culture and generous hospitality", the palace said.
Looking forward to the duke and duchess's future Baby Sussex, set to arrive in spring 2019, well-wishers gave them tons of sweet baby gifts, like flowers, stuffed bears and even an adorable baby blanket.
But the Duke of Sussex carried out the engagements they had planned alone.
Recently, Prince Harry flew solo while attending a number of events at this year's Invictus Games in Sydney, after the pregnant Duchess made a decision to cut back on some of the tour's many engagements out of caution for her health, according to multiple reports.
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She is expected to travel to Fiji alongside her husband tomorrow and acknowledge the public in Albert Park from the balcony of the Grand Pacific Hotel in Fiji, just as The Queen did in 1953.
While Meghan recently took some well-earned rest during the first leg of their tour in Australia, she is thought to be back to her full schedule and planning to attend all engagements.
But on Tuesday evening, all eyes were on the royal couple as they attended a state dinner. "I told her a story about my father, which she loved, and I wished them every happiness in the world with their baby", Joyce told reporters.
Prince Harry spent most of the day without his wife Meghan, who was relaxing at a luxury resort, where he turned his attention from the Invictus Games to the environment and met with Indigenous elders. The Duke of Sussex asked for them to repeat their statement to which he responded, "So do I!"
Prince Harry and Meghan attend an official welcome ceremony in Fiji.
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