Published: Thu, November 01, 2018
Life&Culture | By Mildred Hamilton

Meghan Markle's 'Casual' Habit Could Get Her in Royal Trouble

Meghan Markle's 'Casual' Habit Could Get Her in Royal Trouble

New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern, who was with the royal couple, sent Ms Sergel a photo of Meghan's reaction through a private message.

A powhiri is a traditional Maori welcoming ceremony that features dancing, singing and a hongi - or traditional Maori greeting.

Swapping her sheer Givenchy skirt for a pair of black jeans and flats, the Duchess of Sussex, 37, chucked on a matching puffer jacket.

Day 15 of the Duke and Duchess' royal tour was jam packed with engagements and special moments.

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While the two had never actually met IRL, that changed this week as Markle left Viaduct Harbour during her royal tour of New Zealand.

"I watched a lot of interviews and just thought she was an fantastic person and human being", she said.

From all white ensembles, to stripes and blazers and stylish coats - Meghan's fashion game during her first worldwide tour alongside Prince Harry was strong.

The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, made a beeline for an online friend at a walkabout in Auckland on Tuesday.

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Ending their visit on a quieter note, Meghan and Harry took a stroll through the town's redwood forest - holding hands and admiring clear blue pools on the way.

The use of Te Reo Maori language is experiencing a revival in New Zealand, after years of decline due to historical policies that cracked down on the use of the language, particularly in schools.

There, the couple split off and each led a team of cheering children in a competition to see who could throw a rubber rainboot - known locally as a "gumboot" - the farthest.

Hannah came to support the royal in the crowd, and when she waved, Meghan recognized her and came over to say hi. In Markle's speech, she talked about how inspired she was by the competitors in the week-long event (founded by her husband in 2014) for wounded, injured, and sick servicemen and women.

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