"Open" Meghan earned & # 39; from the royal trip with & # 39; Harry to Zambia among fears over the virus & # 39; Zika
- The Duchess & # 39; Sussex was advised to stay & # 39; away from potential areas of Zika virus
- It has now decided to stay home with & # 39; her mother instead of going to Zambia
- Prince Harry will now complete the tour of & # 39; two African countries alone
- To date, there has been no recorded case of Zika virus disease in Zambia, but the countries bordering & # 39; African nation's northern areas are considered & # 39; risk
Danyal Hussain For Mailonline
Duchess 'exhausted' of & # 39; Sussex arose from a visit in Zambia on fears about the Zika virus – instead decided to spend & # 39; a & # 39; quality time with & # 39; Doria mother.
Prince Harry will now complete the tour of & # 39; two African countries alone while his pregnant wife to stay with & # 39; her mother, who is visiting Britain.
Officially, Harry has always been expected to make the trip alone but insiders say that the stage was meant to be a joint visit.
Meghan will not join & # 39; Harry on tour of & # 39; two of Zambia (picture are the Duke and Duchess of & # 39; & # 39 in Sussex, in Tonga & # 39; October)
The Duke, 34, left on the last night and is expected to attend an official reception with officials of Zambia later today.
His trip also viewed seeing the Burmese headquarters in the capital Lusaka, where they will commemorate the veterans of World War II the country.
Meghan, 37, is believed to told to avoid foreign trips that could expose the Zika virus.
The last foreign trip & # 39; Duke comes less than a month after he and Meghan (pictured) visited Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga
Insider told the Sun: "As far as those on the ground in Zambia were concerned as Meghan and Harry were going. But Meghan is exhausted and, understandably, expressed serious concern about traveling to a country with the smallest threat & # 39 ; Zika.
"Finally it was agreed that Harry would go alone and could Meghan & # 39; rests and spends & # 39; some time & # 39; & # 39 with quality, Doria, located in the UK."
The last foreign trip comes less than a month after the Duke and Duchess of & # 39; Sussex visited Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
F & # 39; October, Public Health & # 39; England has warned that pregnant women not to travel to region & # 39; India among fears could be hanging out with & # 39; Zika.
Zika can & # 39; cause mikrofalefija child in the womb, and cause babies are born with & # 39; & # 39 with small skulls, abnormal way.
Meghan is said to be "exhausted" and will spend some time & # 39; quality with Doria mother instead
S & # 39; HAT Zika?
The Zika virus spread through & # 39; mosquito bites, between people during unprotected sex, and from pregnant mothers to their children.
It can not be cured or stopped by & # 39; drugs. Although most adults are not seriously ill from infection, can & # 39; cause serious birth defects if pregnant women receive it.
The fetal brains can & # 39; be affected by the virus when it is passed from the mother and can & # 39; mikrofalefija cause.
The Microcephaly is a condition where the baby heads are too few, which can lead to seizures, delayed developments and other disabilities.
The virus can & # 39; also increases the risk of developing unborn child syndrome & # 39; Guillain-Barre – uncommon disease in which the immune system affects nerves and can & # 39; causes muscle weakness and paralysis.