"Empty" Meghan withdrew from a royal trip with Harry to Zambia for fear of Zika virus alone
- The Duke of Sussex was urged to stay away from the potential Zika virus areas
- She has now decided to stay home instead of her mother in Zambia
- Prince Harry now completes a two-day tour in the African country alone
- So far Zika virus Zambia has not been detected but countries located north of the African nation are considered risk areas
Danyal Hussain to Mailonlinja
Sussex's "exhausted" dictator has left his visit to Zambia without fear of Zika virus – deciding to spend a good time with his mother Doris.
Prince Harry is now ready for a two-day tour of the African country alone when his pregnant wife is resting with her mother who is visiting Britain.
Officially, Harry was always ready to make a trip alone, but the insiders of the palace said it was meant to be a joint visit.
Meghan will not join Harry's two-day tour of Zambia (pictured with Duke Sussex and Duke Tonga in October)
Duke, 34, left last night and is expected to be officially accepted by Zambia officials later today.
His trip also saw his visit to Burma's barracks in the capital city of Lusaka, where he remembers World War II veterans.
Meghan, 37, is believed to have been told to avoid foreign trips that expose him to the Zika virus.
By the way, the last foreign trip will be less than a month after he and Meghan (pictured) visited Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga
An insider told the sun: "The Zambia field was both Meghan and Harry, but Meghan has run out and understandably expressed serious concerns about traveling to a country with even the smallest Zika threat.
"Finally it was agreed that Harry would go alone and Meghan could rest and spend some quality time with Dori, who is on the way to Britain."
The latest foreign trip is less than a month after Duke and Duke Sussex visited Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
In October, the National Public Health Institute in England warned pregnant women that they did not travel to the Indian territory because of the fears that they might be forced into Zika.
Zika can cause microsephalous infants in the mother's womb, creating babies born on abnormally small skulls.
Meghan is said to be "exhausted" and spend some quality time with Mother Dori
WHAT IS ZIKA?
Zika virus is spread by mosquitoes biting, unprotected sex between people and pregnant mothers and their children through.
It can not be cured or prevented by medicines. Although most adults do not become seriously infected with infection, it can cause serious birth defects if pregnant women get it.
The virus can affect the brain's brain when it is transplanted from the mother and can cause microcephaly.
Microphalia is a condition where the infant head is abnormally small, which can lead to seizures, delayed development and other disabilities.
The virus can also increase the risk of unborn children developing Guillain-Barre syndrome – a rare disease in which the immune system attacks the nerves and can cause muscle weakness and paralysis.