Meghan Markle comforts emotional fan in New Zealand


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

The couple charmed Kiwis yesterday, whether from a simple hug at the airport or from Meghan's speech to guests at last night's function at Government House which was met with thunderous applause.

While giving a speech in New Zealand, Prince Harry let his nickname for his firstborn slip, and it was a delightful moment. Her efforts earned her spontaneous applause and whoops from the audience.

"She said, 'Wow, how did you make it?"

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The second, a six-year-old Alsatian named Nina, captured the Duke and Duchesses' attention after being pulled from the crowd with her owner Merenia Donne, the founder of the Kotuku Foundation Assistance Animals Aotearoa.

On Twitter "Meghan" featured high on the list of trending topics - just below the local version of Married at First Sight.

They then met Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern again before attending a reception hosted by the Governor-General to celebrate the anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand.

"And to the competitors goes the biggest thanks of all, you have once again left us humbled and inspired by your example, by your determination, by your service, and by your sense of humour", he further said.

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"All that separates, whether of race, class, creed or sex, is inhuman and must be overcome", she said in the words of Kate Sheppard.

Harry Smith was holding a sign reading "Hi Harry, I'm Harry" and the duke came over for a chat. The fact that she had the decency to acknowledge our indigenous language is truly an honor!

And naturally, he was very taken with the royal pair.

After visiting the cafe, the royals were whisked away by helicopter for a hike and barbecue in the Abel Tasman National Park, before returning to Wellington to check out the capital's thriving film industry.

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New Zealand is home to a number of flightless birds, the most famous being the kiwi.

After the group chats concluded, Harry and Meghan took photographs with each table and seemed motivated by their chats, both smiling and laughing.

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