Meghan beats her husband Prince Harry at 'welly wanging' in New Zealand

Posted October 31, 2018

The duchess wore a necklace featuring a traditional Maori design.

Meghan's half-sister, Samantha, has made a cottage industry of blasting her sibling in the media.

The duchess's team emerged victorious after she landed her boot a good metre closer to the target than the duke.

"Women's suffrage is about feminism, but feminism is about fairness". "The basic and fundamental human right of being able to participate in the choices for your future and that of your community".

Meghan said: "The achievements of the women of New Zealand who campaigned for their right to vote, and were the first in the world to achieve it, are universally admired".

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Kensington Palace announced that Meghan was expecting a baby next spring on the eve of the marathon 16-day royal tour, which has seen the couple visit Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.

The happy kids clearly enjoyed their royal treats.

Prince Harry passed on greetings from "our little bump" to conservation workers in New Zealand Monday when he and pregnant wife Meghan toured a South Island nature reserve.

People got rained upon waiting for the couple but the showers stopped during the royal walkabout.

He had a private audience with Harry and Meghan in June, after winning one of the Queen's Young Leaders Awards past year.

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The couple strolled along on a sandy beach and came across a weka bird, with a ranger saying that they're New Zealand's version of a monkey because they're very cheeky.

Sitting alongside Meghan at the Maranui Cafe in Lyall Bay, Harry was unstinting in his praise for the gathered mental health advocates.

They met with Jazz Thornton and Gen Mora, the founders of Voices of Hope, an organization that aims to help those struggling with mental health issues in the region. "We are so grateful for your hospitality and the work you do to look after this handsome place", Harry told the crowd when he and Markle arrived at Abel Tasman National Park on the South Island.

After the arrival ceremony, their first engagement was a visit to the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, where they laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior.

"What you'll pick up from the New Zealand public is that there is a real affinity for the Queen and a real strength of feeling around members of the royal family, particularly given, in the wake of some of our disasters, that they've been quick to respond and be present".

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