Published: Tue, October 30, 2018
Life&Culture | By Peggy Hughes

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Meghan Markle reconnects with her feminism roots - Nairobi

Earlier in the day, Prince Harry and Meghan received a traditional welcome to New Zealand when they rubbed noses with Maori elders on the grounds of Government House.

Global media was quick to react to the Royal couple "surviving" the shake which was felt throughout our nation.

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.

The caption also credited the Duchess of Sussex for capturing Prince Harry on the stage.

Harry and Meghan started their second day in New Zealand by visiting the Maranui Café on the Wellington coast, where they spoke to people offering mental health support through helplines, social media and other programs. "They seemed genuinely scared, but I was very nice", the stuntman playing that orc, Luke Hawker, 37, said after a handshake.

Prince Harry planted a puriri, which is indigenous to the northern North Island.

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The children cheered the Duke and Duchess on as they stepped up to the mark for their throws. "It is such an honour to be here tonight celebrating all of you and supporting my husband in the Invictus Games, which he founded four years ago", she said while talking to the crowd.

Prince Harry and Meghan were later joined by local schoolchildren in planting trees at the site. There, amid some rain, Prince Harry addressed a group with a sweet reveal.

Isabella Iti said their Royal Highnesses "looked like they were really trying to throw the gum boot as far as they could".

Meeting the Duchess was "awesome" and "amazing", Isabella said. I think she was thinking that there was no chance that she would win.

So it makes sense that we nearly completely missed it when the mum-to-be sported a dramatic nail look during her tour of New Zealand with Prince Harry - not least because it was hidden away on her toes.

The next engagement for the Duke and Duchess was a visit to Pillars, "a charity for children of prisoners" operating across New Zealand.

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