Harry and Meghan at Maori ceremony as royal tour ends

Yolanda Curtis
November 1, 2018

With Meghan Markle, 37, and Prince Harry due their first royal baby in Spring 2019, rumours are already swirling that she could be welcoming twins. Prince Harry echoed those sentiments and also stressed the importance of mental health awareness.

Meghan, displaying what Harry affectionately refers to as "our little bump", has drawn adoring crowds in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand on her first worldwide tour since the couple married in May. "Their Royal Highnesses have appreciated all of the support they have received from people around the world since their wedding in May and are delighted to be able to share this happy news with the public".

On the trip, Meghan has shown she is prepared to continue speaking out about feminist issues in her new role as a royal.

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The Duke and Duchess received a very warm welcome in the New Zealand town and fans lined the street to greet them both.

The royal couple first toured St. Faith's Church before attending the welcome ceremony with hundreds of locals gathered outside the Maori meeting hall.

Clutching her prize, a miniature mounted wellington boot, the American-born former actress told her team: "You should put it in your school".

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At the Games' closing ceremony in Sydney last Saturday, Harry spoke of the need to talk openly about anxiety, stress and depression, revealing his own struggles.

But as schoolchildren on her team chanted "Meghan, Meghan, Meghan", the pregnant duchess gave a flick of the wrist and sent her red-and-white polka dot welly sailing past Harry's best effort.

Tribal spokesman Toby Curtis singled out Meghan, who has a mixed race background, as an inspiration for young Maori, saying she brought "a fresh perspective and diversity" to the monarchy. "This inspires us all", he said.

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