Published: Mon, October 29, 2018
Life&Culture | By Mildred Hamilton

Duke and Duchess of Sussex begin New Zealand tour

Duke and Duchess of Sussex begin New Zealand tour

"Even though TRH The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now presenting their own, informal, tactile interpretation of British monarchy, they are still adhering to the precedent with Meghan knowing she, as a non-blood royal, should defer to born royalty". He said Harry knew a lot about global conservation issues, and that the prince expressed concern over the proliferation of fake news and those who believe it.

According to the Daily Mail, Thomas Markle wants to fly to London to meet with the Archbishop of Canterbury in hopes that it will help bring him closer to Meghan, even though she doesn't want anything to do with him.

Meghan's speeches overnight in New Zealand and last week in Fiji delivered powerful messages about women's suffrage and the right to education for girls and women.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent time this morning at the famous Wellington cafe, Maranui, chatting with youth mental health advocates about the importance of mental health education over a cup of tea.

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"She's just kind and listened and let me ramble about how inspired I am by her", Shepherd said.

Meghan used to be an avid Instagram and Twitter user, but de-activated her social media accounts in 2017 when she and Prince Harry became engaged. "She seems really nice and kind and would be good for royalty".

These women are "universally admired", she told the crowd at the Government House in Wellington while standing in front of a portrait of her grandmother-in-law, the Queen.

Mr Raui said the Duke and Duchess were authentic people who cared. And of course, none of her ensembles are complete without thoughtful details that pay tribute to a person (like Serena Williams!) or a place (Fijian blue!) she loves.

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The prince said that while the Invictus competitors were often called heroes or legends, they were just ordinary men and women doing extraordinary things and reminding everyone that no challenge is too hard to overcome.

"We offered them a necklace as a gift and they said they liked it.

I think they wanted to take a look around all of the market".

The couple will spend four days in New Zealand as the final part of their visit to Australia and its neighboring countries.

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The Royal New Zealand Air Force band played the national anthem ahead of the royal pair's arrival, setting the tone for what was a very lively welcome!

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