Meghan Markle Has Wardrobe Malfunction in See-Through Skirt

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For their final stop, the royal couple visited Rotorua's Te Papaiouru marae - a sacred meeting house in Polynesian societies - where they participated in a traditional Māori welcoming ceremony called a pōwhiri.

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

Prince Harry began his speech in Maori thanking his hosts and saying the cloaks would be treasured by hid family.

"Excuse me if I jump to English", he said before praising young New Zealanders who are "using their talents to preserve and promote the Maori language". During their recently concluded 16-day travel across Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, fans were seen excitedly waiting for their favourite couple with placards, flowers, photos and what not. During the meet and greet, the Duchess of Sussex pulled a small girl from the crowd and gave her a hug.

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PM Modi also lauded the Indian diaspora for introducing Kabbadi and Cricket in Japan where martial art is very popular. The prime minister leaves for India later today. "Prime Minister Modi is an outstanding leader of his great country".

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 global tour since the couple married in May.

The volunteer worker was so moved by the encounter, she joked on Twitter that the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, had to comfort her at the event. Prince Harry echoed those sentiments and also stressed the importance of mental health awareness.

"As the uniform specially commissioned for the occasion is required for use by His Royal Highness, this is an identical uniform made for The Duke by Dege & Skinner a few years earlier", the Royal Collection Trust says.

Meghan Markle displayed an unexpected talent for "welly wanging" in Auckland Tuesday, gaining bragging rights over husband Prince Harry after they competed in the oddball New Zealand sport.

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