Pregnant Meghan Markle has been taking things slow in the last several days, exhausted by her and Prince Harry's extremely busy schedule.
And it appears the Duchess of Sussex might have also sustained a small injury since kicking off her royal tour with Harry on October 16, as she has been sporting a plaster on the middle finger of her left hand since Friday, October 19.
According to Daily Mail, Kensington Palace has declined to comment on the reason Meghan is wearing the plaster, but some royal fans have suggested on Twitter she may have burnt it while baking the fresh banana bread she took to the drought ridden farmers in Dubbo, New South Wales.
One fan tweeted, "Meghan still has a plaster and looks like a couple more new rings".
Another added, "More attempts at banana bread? Seriously that is me when I'm done cooking in the kitchen, but I have about three plasters".
Meghan and Harry's royal tour continues in Suva, Fiji, where their Royal Highnesses will be greeted by a Guard of Honour at Suva airport, before calling on His Excellency The President of Fiji at Borron House followed by a State Dinner.
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