Maori ceremony for duke and duchess as royal tour ends

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And since two are soon to become three, with Harry and Meghan expecting their first child, this gift is seen as a lovely gesture from leading Maori designer, Kiri Nathan, and hopefully, something Meghan will pass onto her own child. "She's just such an incredible person and I'm just so glad she's happy with Harry".

"One day she followed me back and we had a conversation".

Meghan Markle was left open-mouthed in shock when she bumped into a fan she had previously spoken to on Instagram.

The duchess's jaw dropped when she spotted Ms Sergel, who had been waiting in the rain holding a big sign emblazoned with the words "It's Hannah from Instagram" at the Viaduct Harbour during the royal couple's trip to New Zealand. "She would tell me to do well at university and encourage me to by myself".

For their wedding in May, Meghan and Harry had asked for charitable donations in lieu of gifts.

But it seems that Meghan Markle, 37, and Prince Harry, 34, are always doing it.

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.

The biographer wrote: "On the day itself, Meghan managed to look remarkably relaxed, despite knowing that her every move was being tracked by TV cameras for the benefit of more than a billion viewers".

And snaps with her dog.

However, in January 2018 all of her photos vanished, just two months after her then fiancé, Prince Harry, released a statement claiming Meghan "has been subject to a wave of abuse and harassment".

"She said you have to be really careful with social media", Lyn told Yahoo Lifestyle. You might get lots and lots of likes and one dislike and you feel awful.