Harry and Meghan's overseas tour ends as it began - with a surprise

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During the ceremony, Harry delivered a touching speech where he spoke of the "joys" of meeting "so many young New Zealanders" during their trip.

It's been a busy few days for Meghan and Harry who have taken part in their first royal tour since getting hitched back in May - in the last 16 days they've been to Australia, Tonga, Fiji and New Zealand.

"Oh my god", Meghan can be heard saying in a video clip that captures her dropping Harry's hand and walking over.

Before stepping into the beaming sun, the pair were gifted korowai, traditional Maori woven cloaks, by the people of Te Arawa, Meghan's honouring her impending motherhood and the significant of female ancestors.

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"She would tell me to do well at university and encourage me to be myself, ' Hannah told the news outlet". But, in between the fun and games and official royal duties Meghan and Harry broke unofficial royal protocol again by indulging in a bit of PDA.

But what we also know (and seretly love) about her is that she does not pay much attention to Royal protocol, whatsoever.

From all white ensembles, to stripes and blazers and stylish coats - Meghan's fashion game during her first global tour alongside Prince Harry was strong.

Hannah handed Meghan a letter, which the Duchess told her she would read.

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Sergel handed the duchess a letter, before starting to cry and being comforted by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Auckland Mayor Phil Goff.

A woman who says the Duchess of Sussex supported her through her struggles with mental health by chatting to her on Instagram has said she was "overwhelmed" to meet the royal during her overseas tour.

That doesn't mean she doesn't respect the Royal family, but simply that her happiness matters more to her than some silly rules.

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