Prince Harry goes alone to put a wreath in a war memorial when he starts early in Fiji, while Meghan gets pregnant at his hotel.
Bryant Hevesi for Daily Mail Australia
Prince Harry has arrived to lay a wreath at a war memorial in Fiji when he begins his second day in the Pacific Island nation early.
The Duke of Sussex also meets with several Fiji war veterans, some of whom served in the British Armed Forces.
His pregnant wife, Meghan Markle, has stayed at his Suva hotel, while her husband attends his official duties in the morning.
Prince Harry is shown placing a wreath at a war memorial in Fiji on Wednesday morning
The Duke of Sussex greets during the wreath-laying ceremony at the war memorial in Suva, Fiji
Prince Harry attended the ceremony alone while his wife Meghan Markle stayed at the couple's hotel.
The couple stays at the Grand Pacific Hotel, where the queen also stayed in 1953.
Since then, Fiji has received several royal visits, including five from the Queen and three from Prince Charles.
The royal couple will later visit the campus of the University of the South Pacific in Suva together.
From here, your program will be divided.
The Duke will travel to Colo-i-Suva Forest Park and The Duchess to the Residence of the British High Commissioner, before heading to the Suva market.
On Thursday, the royal couple will travel to the city of Nadi in western Fiji, where they will attend a special event at Nadi airport.
Prince Harry will meet with several Fiji war veterans after the crown placement ceremony
After an official welcome ceremony, the Duke and Duchess will unveil a new statue commemorating Sergeant Talaiasi Labalaba.
From the Nadi airport, your Royal Highnesses will take a charter flight to Tonga.
The visit to Fiji and Tonga is part of a gigantic 16-day tour, which also includes Australia and New Zealand.