Sad news for all the royal family fans out there: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have decided to postpone their tour of the United States. And while that’s an unfortunate thing for all the people who wanted to see them, they have a really good reason for it. So, why are Meghan Markle and Prince Harry postponing their U.S. tour? Well, it has everything to do with that little bundle of joy they’re expecting in the Spring of 2019.
According to a new report from TMZ, Harry and Meghan have decided to postpone their U.S. tour in order to give Meghan time to get used to being a mom. And that’s actually a really important reason for Meghan to stay close to home during that time. Elite Daily previously reached out to Kensington Palace for comment regarding reports about the delay, but did not hear back by the time of publication.
TMZ reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were scheduled to tour the United States in the Spring of 2019. But since Meghan is due to give birth around that time, they’ve decided to hold off on touring until the Fall of 2019. By then, Harry and Meghan’s baby will be about six months old and Meghan will have the whole mommy routine down pat.
So, it seems like Meghan is putting her health and her baby first. And that also seems to be the case when it comes to her and Harry’s 2019 tour of the United States. With all that in mind, it’s very clear that the royal baby comes before all else and that’s totally understandable when it comes to Meghan cutting back on her busy schedule.