Published: Mon, October 29, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Meghan Markle Proudly Shares Pic She Took of Prince Harry

Meghan Markle Proudly Shares Pic She Took of Prince Harry

Earlier in the day, the couple had received a traditional welcome to New Zealand when they rubbed noses with Maori elders in the grounds of Government House.

The country has a "moderate" risk of Zika, which is transmitted by mosquitoes and can cause birth defects.

Harry and Meghan both had seats of honour for the ceremony, but hers was several inches behind her husband - a sign of protection for women, particularly those who are pregnant, in the initial meeting between iwi, the tribe, and new visitors.

"Harry and I had gone to Buckingham Palace to meet with Her Majesty The Queen to select one of the options that were there, which was an incredibly surreal day as you can imagine", she gushes.

Government Kaumātua and Māori Advisor Piri Sciascia says Prince Harry was very comfortable engaging with Māori culture as it was not his first visit to New Zealand.

In just four minutes the Duchess of Sussex has told the world she won't be shying away from her feminist roots now she is a member of the royal family.

She said: "Meghan's raised hand clasp does seem to create a barrier between herself and Harry which is a change from the arm-holding and face-gazing we've seen from her with him so far".

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Harry and Meghan will then pop across Cook Strait for a bush walk in Abel Tasman National Park and barbecue.

He said it was a real topic that needed to be discussed. As the group of boys put on their show, complete with mosquito-like buzzing noises and group choreography, Markle was spotted laughing and sharing in the moment with Prince Harry, seated next to her.

Hundreds of people gathered outside barriers at the Pukeahu National War Memorial, hoping to catch a glimpse of the couple on their only public walkabout in the capital.

The prince and Megan on Saturday attended the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games, the Olympic style sporting event for wounded soldiers that he helped found. The Games give sick and injured military personnel and veterans the opportunity to compete in sports such as wheelchair basketball.

New Zealand is the last leg of the royal tour; they'll soon be returning to the United Kingdom.

"So bravo New Zealand", she said, "for championing this right 125 years ago, for the women who well deserved to have an active voice, an acknowledged vote, and for all of the people that this achievement has paved the way for, globally".

"They really liked it, but they didn't take it". They'll also plant a tree, as royals are want to do.

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