'Incredible' Meghan makes headline news on debut tour

'Incredible' Meghan makes headline news on debut tour

'Incredible' Meghan makes headline news on debut tour

For the final day of their two-week engagements, Meghan, 37, looked chic in a navy Stella McCartney dress with matching heels, and her hair swept in an updo.

One lucky little fan, two-year-old Catalina Rivera, even got a hug from the duchess making us all love her a little more.

Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan threw rubber gumboots on Tuesday as children cheered in a competition in New Zealand's largest city of Auckland, though Harry's team ended up losing to his wife's side.

Clearly keen to get the duo's attention, one well-wisher handed Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern a ginormous floral arrangement.

Speaking to 1 News, Hannah said: "I was friends with her on Instagram before she had to deactivate her account".

Meghan Markle cradles her baby bump on the royal tour.

She added that it "means the world" to her that Meghan recognised her.

And while it may have been their last day travelling the country and in a town of 70,000, the crowd for the royals' final public walkabout was the biggest of the New Zealand leg.

"We would comment on each others photos, she would send messages that were encouraging me and things along those lines". After travelling to Fiji and Tonga the royal duo finished their hugely successful visit in New Zealand.

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.

Harry and Meghan will head back to the United Kingdom on Thursday after a marathon 16-day tour which took in four countries and saw the couple meet koalas and crowds in Sydney, try their hand at welly-wanging in New Zealand and take in traditional culture in Fiji.

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