Harry and Meghan meet just-hatched chick at National Kiwi Hatchery

Eloise Marshall
November 1, 2018

But it was one particular photo of Meghan with her little fan that captured everyone's attention.

Rain, wind and a distant natural disaster didn't seem to dampen the enthusiasm of New Zealanders who turned out to see Prince Harry and wife Meghan on Tuesday.

Her previous life as an actress appeared to have equipped her with the means of dealing with the lines of adoring fans waiting to meet the couple from Sydney to Suva. Additionally, the Duchess closed her remarks by quoting Kate Sheppard, one of the New Zealand women's suffrage movement's key figures: "All that separates - whether of race, class, creed or sex - is inhuman and must be overcome".

Ms Sergel told Press Association: "When I first saw her, I really got emotional. We wished each other Happy New Year once!"

Meghan's Korowai was custom created for her visit by Norma Sturley, 66, an elder of the Ngati Whakaue tribe. But, she did say, "The likely reasoning is more that while traveling on a tour such as the India trip, technically the couple are working representatives of British Monarchy".

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She had written Meghan a letter, which thanked her for using her public platform for good, she said.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex arrived in Rotorua wearing pounamu pendants and poppy pins as they embarked on the final day of their royal tour to New Zealand.

Free Maori language courses often report being booked out and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said her infant daughter Neve Te Aroha will learn the language alongside English. After travelling to Fiji and Tonga the royal duo finished their hugely successful visit in New Zealand.

Their final day on tour, which included a stroll through the town's gardens and a redwood forest concludes a mammoth tour spanning 16 days and more than 70 engagements.

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