After the group chats concluded, Harry and Meghan took photographs with each table and seemed motivated by their chats, both smiling and laughing. "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".
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry continued to prove that they're ready to be first-time parents during a Monday visit in Wellington, New Zealand. At age 11, she fought against sexist advertising in a Proctor & Gamble ad.
Mayor Goff says, "People are impressed by the personal and warm approach of the royal couple and I expect, weather permitting, a good turnout for their walk around the Karanga Plaza and Viaduct area".
One wrote: "Are you sure she didn't know if to curtsey?" She also wrote to Hillary Clinton, Gloria Allred and journalist Linda Ellerbee.
This wasn't the only generous gesture from the duke and duchess throughout the day as the royal couple were spotted breaking protocol yet again.
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Prince Harry last year spoke out about his own struggles with mental health, telling the Daily Telegraph newspaper that he'd sought counselling after years of suppressing his emotions following the death of his mother Diana, the Princess of Wales, in a vehicle crash when Harry was 12. The royals were received with the traditional "hongi" greeting, which involves touching noses.
Harry and Meghan took part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the war memorial before chatting to the crowds.
Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP Harry and Meghan at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park on Sunday. "They are for others to make, not the Queen". Once they arrived safe and sound and only slightly later than expected, they handed out awards to young people at the Australian Geographic Society Awards ceremony. The photo shows the Duke of Sussex on the Invictus Games stage, preparing his speech for the event.
Department of Conservation ranger Andrew Lamason will be showing Harry and Meghan around the park's bays and says he will talk to them about conservation efforts in the area. They'll also travel to Auckland and Rotorua before flying home to London on Thursday.