Published: Wed, October 31, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

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Meghan Markle slammed for 'unprofessional' habit

This is the tender moment Prince Harry and Meghan Markle comforted a schoolboy who became overwhelmed with emotion when he met the royal couple outside a cafe in New Zealand.

They are in the final days of a jam-packed 16-day tour that has included more than 70 engagements in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

The royal couple were several hundred kilometres away from the epicentre.

Clutching her prize, a miniature mounted wellington boot, the American-born former actress told her team: "You should put it in your school".

Lucia Kennedy, a 19-year-old studying at Victoria University of Wellington, met the royal and his 37-year-old wife when they visited Maranui Café in Wellington on Monday, after being welcomed to the country on Sunday with a traditional New Zealand ceremony.

Department of Conservation ranger Andrew Lamason will be showing Harry and Meghan around the park's bays and says he will talk to them about conservation efforts in the area.

Onlookers mounted every bench and steady object in sight to get a glimpse as the sun made an appearance.

Dooley had far kinder words for "Auntie Meghan", saying, "I've always admired her, from when I was a small child, and I've always looked up to her". We used to have conversations and stuff on there.

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She said: 'I chose to be quite blunt and asked three times, "Can I get a photo, can I get a photo?".

Earlier in the day, Harry and Meghan faced off in a spot of "gumboot throwing". When Meghan's estranged sister Samantha Markle visited London this week, she wasn't even allowed passed the gates at Kensington Palace.

The royals were also gifted some pint-sized, black-and-green gummies.

The mother and father-to-be started their day in Redvale on the North Shore of Auckland, planting trees and dedicating 20 hectares of forest to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy (QCC) scheme.

The Duke and Duchess on Tuesday also took a tour of Pillars, a charity supporting the children of prisoners.

Prince Harry and Meghan the Duchess of Sussex are now in New Zealand, with Kensington Palace posting photos on Twitter today of the couple planting a tree at a riding club near Auckland, about 250 kilometres north of the quake's epicentre.

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