By Camille Nzengung
Updated Oct 23, 2018 @ 4:15 pm
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We know we aren’t alone in wishing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s first royal tour never ends. From the nonstop baby details to Harry’s hilarious antics (we're talking speedos), the Duke and Duchess have kept the world entertained while visiting Australia, New Zealand, Tonga, and Fiji.

Lucky for us, the royal couple is already planning their next tour to the U.S. — but don’t expect to see them on American soil anytime soon.

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TMZ reports that Harry and Meghan will be delaying their U.S. tour, which was originally planned for spring 2019, until fall 2019 to accommodate Meghan’s recent pregnancy. With the royal baby expected next spring, the Duke and Duchess will need time to adjust to life as new parents before taking part in another tour. According to US Weekly, the couple was rumored to be making stops in New York, California, and Washington, D.C during their visit.

We can’t say that we are surprised to hear that the royals will be postponing their tour. The Duchess has already had to scale back some of her appearances this week to cope with the toll her pregnancy is having on her body.

The good news is that when Harry and Meghan do make their trek across the pond next fall, they won’t be alone. According to TMZ, they plan on bringing their baby, who will then be six months old.

While we have to wait a little longer for our visit from the Duke and Duchess, we’re sure it will be worth the wait.