Meghan cheered for speaking Maori during suffrage speech in New Zealand

Meghan Duchess of Sussex performing the traditional greeting the 'Hongi' at the Government House

Image Meghan was welcomed to New Zealand with a hongi

Harry and Meghan were greeted by a long line of well-wishers as they walked hand-in-hand to their first engagement of the day.

The couple is now on a 16-day royal tour and halted in New Zealand, where Harry revealed what he calls the newest member of the royal family. 'I made a decision to be quite blunt and asked three times, "Can I get a photo, can I get a photo?",' she said.

Prince Harry mentioned Duchess Meghan's growing baby bump while thanking fans in New Zealand.

After the group chats concluded, Harry and Meghan took photographs with each table and seemed motivated by their chats, both smiling and laughing. On Sunday evening, they attended an event to mark the 125th anniversary of women winning the right to vote in New Zealand.

Standing in front of a large portrait of the Queen, Meghan said the women of New Zealand who fought for their right to vote were "universally admired".

"What the Duke and Duchess do really well - and what I hope reflects in some way or form on organisations throughout New Zealand - is this willingness to talk about your vulnerabilities and understand that that's a strength for New Zealand", he said.

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"Because yes - women's suffrage is about feminism, but feminism is about fairness", she told the audience, which included Prime Minster Jacinda Adern and Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy.

One wrote: "Are you sure she didn't know if to curtsey?"

Ardern gave Meghan earrings designed by a local artist in the shape of two feathers, while Harry received an album by New Zealand drum and bass band Shapeshifter.

Harry and Meghan took part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the war memorial before chatting to the crowds. They have become different people with different outlooks on life.

The British royals were met with blasts from a conch shell before a traditional Maori greeting was performed in their honour as they arrived at the Abel Tasman National Park. They'll also travel to Auckland and Rotorua before flying home to London on Thursday.

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