Auckland on show for royal visit of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

The duke and duchess each performed a “hongi” with Maori elders in which they pressed noses together to share a breath

The duke and duchess each performed a “hongi” with Maori elders in which they pressed noses together to share a breath

"Meghan has made her own mark in fashion, even before becoming engaged to Prince Harry, and has created the effect that anything the Duchess wears increases sales and exposure for that brand", Worth said.

Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan braved the rain on a New Zealand beach on Monday for an encounter with a "cheeky" native bird in the picturesque Abel Tasman national park during the final leg of their Pacific tour. Meghan is expected to deliver in spring next year.

The royal fan held up laminated pictures of himself meeting the duke and duchess of Cambridge in 2014 which caught the eye of Harry, and both he and his wife posed for snaps.

The pair spent their second day in New Zealand on the northern tip of the nation's South Island, having taken a short helicopter flight from Wellington, the capital, where they arrived on Sunday following visits to Australia, Fiji and Tonga.

At an event celebrating the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand, Meghan Markle lauded the nation for being the first to allow women to vote, noting the "larger impact of what this symbolized".

While delivering a speech at the Abel Tasman National Park in New Zealand earlier today, the younger of the two British princes referred to the firstborn as 'our little bump!' Isn't that the cutest?

'Meghan started to talk to them and I thought, "I'm just going to ask".

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The couple will also take part in a trail walk to showcase some of New Zealand's famed scenery.

The contest capped off a dedication of a 20-hectare section of bush in the Redvale area to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy initiative and a tree planting.

Meghan has regularly been photographed cradling her baby bump while on their Australasian tour.

The Prince replied saying they would love to have her working for them at Kensington Palace.

The duchess's team emerged victorious after she landed her boot a good metre closer to the target than the duke.

"It means the world to me", Sergel said.

Harry and Markle's May 19 wedding was viewed by 29.2 million Americans, according to Nielsen data, as well as an average of 18 million people across the pond, so it's fair to say Markle and Harry were under just a bit of pressure ahead of their big day.

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