& # 39; Sold & # 39; Meghan made his trip to King Harry Zambia, fearing the Zika virus
- Sussex Duchess was advised to leave Zika virus out of potential sites
- He has now decided to keep his mother at home in Zambia
- Prince Harry will only perform a two-day tour of African peace
- Until now Zika virus has not been reported in Zambia, but countries bordering North Africa are in danger areas.
Danyal Hussain for Mailonline
One of the "exhausted" dukes of Sussex has taken a visit to Zambia for fear of dirty virus, to spend quality time with Doria with her mother.
Prince Harry will tour two days in one African country, while his wife is pregnant while his mother is visiting Britain.
Officially, Harry was always on a trip alone, but the interior of the palace said they had made a visit.
Meghan will not join Harry in a two-day trip to Zambia (photo Duke and Duke of Sussex Tonga in October)
Duke, 34, last Thursday, will go to an official reception with agents of Zambia today.
During his trip, he will visit Burma Barracks in the capital of Lusaka, where he will celebrate World War veterans.
Meghan, 37, has said he can stop foreign travels that threaten Zika virus.
Duke's last foreign trip comes in less than a month and Meghan (pictured) visits Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga
An insider said the Sun: "As for those on the ground in Zambia, they were Meghan and Harry, but Meghan is exhausted and, understandably, he has raised serious concerns about traveling to a country with the least threat to Zika.
"Eventually, Harry decided to go alone and Meghan could rest and spend little time with Doria in the UK visit."
The newest foreign traveler is less than one month after visiting Duke and Duessess of Sussex after visiting Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
In October, the Public Health Environment warned that pregnant women did not travel to India to Zika.
Zika can create a microepalem in the stomach and babies create abnormally small skulls.
Meghan means "exhausted", and Doria will spend a good quality of her mother
What is ZIKA?
Zika virus is spread among mosquitoes among mosquitoes, amongst unprotected sexes and pregnant mothers.
It does not cure or prevent medication. Although most adults are infected with infections, they can cause serious birth defects to get pregnant women.
Fetuses can lead to a virus when it passes through a mother and can cause microcephaly.
Microcephaly baby heads are a rare condition that can lead to sequels, delayed development, and other disabilities.
The virus can also cause the risk of childhood deaths that develop Guillain-Barre syndrome. The immune system attacks nerves and causes muscle weakness and paralysis.