Meghan Markle reconnects with her feminism roots - Nairobi

The duke and duchess each performed a “hongi” with Maori elders in which they pressed noses together to share a breath

The duke and duchess each performed a “hongi” with Maori elders in which they pressed noses together to share a breath

The mayor will escort Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on the walk around the Viaduct at 4pm on Tuesday 30 October.

"Bravo New Zealand for championing this right 125 years ago - for the women who well deserve to have an active voice and acknowledged vote, and for all of the people that this effort has paved the way for globally", she said.

Etiquette expert William Hanson said hands in pockets is "too casual" no matter how dressed down Harry and Meghan are. So it makes sense that we nearly completely missed it when the mum-to-be sported a dramatic nail look during her tour of New Zealand with Prince Harry - not least because it was hidden away on her toes.

In the speech, which has been widely lauded on social media for its emphasis on feminism and female empowerment, Markle praised New Zealand for being the first country in the world to give women the right to vote in 1893.

"Because yes, women's suffrage is about feminism, but feminism is about fairness", Meghan continued.

"The basic and fundamental human right of all people, including those members of society who have been marginalised, whether for reasons of race, gender, ethnicity or orientation, to be able to participate in the choices for their future and their community".

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Prince Harry passed on greetings from "our little bump" to New Zealanders when he and pregnant wife Meghan toured a South Island nature reserve on Monday. After arriving via helicopter, Prince Harry offered his thanks from his soon-to-be family of three.

For the last leg of their 16-day tour, Meghan and Prince Harry touched down in New Zealand on Sunday.

New Zealand is the last stop on the royal couple's tour, which has taken them to Australia, Tonga and Fiji.

A crowd eagerly waited outside the cafe to catch a glimpse of the couple, with cute kids and cute dogs among the royal fans.

After the ritual, Meghan and Harry joined DOC ranger Andrew Lamason for a stroll along the yellow sand beach, before joining local school children and youth volunteers for brownies and a tea.

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