Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continue their royal tour in New Zealand

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continue their royal tour in New Zealand

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continue their royal tour in New Zealand

Fans in Rotorua sang Lorde's "Royals" song as they waited for Meghan and Harry to appear. Prince Harry echoed those sentiments and also stressed the importance of mental health awareness. During public walkabouts they have been greeted by hundreds of enthusiastic fans. She isn't the first royal to rock skinny jeans while pregnant: Kate Middleton famously wore skinny jeans when she was eight months pregnant.

They were "absolutely buzzing" afterwards and said the Duke and Duchess were "very nice".

Obviously, things went well between Markle and Harry, as the pair married in May and are now expecting their first child together, with Kensington Palace announcing the news earlier this month.

Meghan proved so popular in Fiji that her minders whisked her away from an engagement at a Suva market, fearing it was becoming overcrowded. The game saw the Duchess of Sussex beating her husband even though the latter's team managed to get his boot slightly closer to the target. Perhaps it's her start as a struggling American actress.

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"It's traditionally used for can gnaw on it", she said.

In Wellington, her message was "feminism is about fairness" and human rights for all "including members of society who have been marginalised - whether for reasons of race, gender, ethnicity, or orientation".

Tribal spokesman Toby Curtis singled out Meghan, who has a mixed race background, as an inspiration for young Maori, saying she brought "a fresh perspective and diversity" to the monarchy.

"As the uniform specially commissioned for the occasion is required for use by His Royal Highness, this is an identical uniform made for The Duke by Dege & Skinner a few years earlier", the Royal Collection Trust says.

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