With pregnant women being warned NOT to travel to Zika affected areas it appears the royal couple are ignoring expert advice.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will reportedly still visit Tonga and Fiji during their 16-day royal tour despite fears over the Zika virus, it was confirmed today.
It goes against travel advice that pregnant women should consider not travelling to the countries because of the ‘moderate risk’ of catching the tropical disease.
But Kensington Palace said the couple had sought medical advice and decided to continue with their plans, with no change expected to their itinerary.
Zika can endanger unborn babies, with pregnant women being advised to avoid all travel to areas where cases of the mosquito-borne virus have been reported.
The virus can cause microcephaly for children in the womb, causing babies to be born with abnormally small skulls.
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