Prince Harry urges Meghan to "pace herself" after Invictus event no-show

Britain's Prince Harry gives a thumbs-up as he climbs the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney Australia

Prince Harry gives a thumbs up as he heads to the summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge

It's become increasingly evident that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry don't like doing things slowly.

The couple had a busy Saturday, starting off with the opening of an extension to the Anzac memorial in Hyde Park, then on to Cockatoo Island to watch the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge as part of Invictus.

Thomas, who still has not met Prince Harry in person, also praised Markle for her performance in Australia for her first major worldwide tour as a member of the royal family.

"The Duke will attend the cycling as scheduled this morning, and the Duchess will join him for this afternoon's engagements", Kensington Palace told MailOnline.

Prince Harry officially started the games on Friday when he climbed to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Invictus competitors to raise the Invictus flag.

Prince Harry's gracious speech at the Invictus Games opening ceremony on Saturday night managed to move the nation and the world as he gushed about wife Meghan Markle and their future baby.

After giving his opening ceremony speech, Harry rejoined his wife in the audience, where the Duchess of Sussex was photographed lovingly holding on to her husband during the remainder of the event.

A Royal source told ABC News that "she's feeling fine but resting".

The source continued: "She sat through breakfast with a smile on her face, but Harry looked a bit uncomfortable". We have to make sure she is well-paced and not overdoing it.

The Duchess of Sussex during a visit to Taronga Zoo in Sydney on the first day of the Royal couple's visit to Australia, Oct.16, 2018.

It is one of the more official events of the Royal tour, which is the first official overseas trip for the Royals as a married couple.

"Well done, Harry. Fantastic for all the veterans", said Facebook user Angela Doggett on the social media page of the company that organizes the climbs.

Now before I close, I want to say something directly to our hosts, the people of Australia.

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