New Zealanders turn out to see royals despite rain and wind

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"Unlike other royal couples, like William and Kate, Harry and Meghan don't share decades of "growing up" together, or even living together, meaning their rapport and empathy needs to be worked at", she 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 Markle delivered an empowering speech about voting rights and feminism during an event to celebrate the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand.

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 royal was in Australia when he made the confession.

The mother and father-to-be will head home after visiting Rotorua, having spent four days in the Land of the Long White Cloud.

They will also meet members of the public at Viaduct harbor and attend a reception hosted by the Prime Minister tonight at the Auckland War Museum. They came across a weka, with Andrew explaining they're New Zealand's version of a monkey as they're very cheeky.

The children were then given cake as the royal entourage headed to Abel Tasman National Park after a request from the duchess.

"Then I took them around all the participants and kept the conversation going at the next two tables". He knew he married someone who was very concerned about her image, and at times very insecure about her body, so he just went along with it.

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.

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says Aucklanders are looking forward to welcoming Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, to the city on 30 October. Instead, she was forced to give a hand-written letter to a guardsman in hopes that it would be given to Meghan. 'This is a good start, ' she added. Harry replied: "So do I!"

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

When asked who he felt wanted to win more, Nelson said: "Probably Harry".

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