Meghan Markle reconnects with her feminism roots - Nairobi
- Author: Gwendolyn Kim Oct 31, 2018,
Oct 31, 2018, 2:18
Pool/Samir Hussein via Getty Images The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit Abel Tasman National Park, which sits at the north-Eastern tip of the South Island, on October 29, 2018 in Wellington, New Zealand.
However, in a speech during her first overseas tour as the Duchess of Sussex, the 37-year-old mum-to-be has warned of the impact of "filtered" Instagram posts on young people and how unsafe focusing on getting likes can be.
They are in the final days of a jam-packed 16-day tour that has included more than 70 engagements in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
The mother and father-to-be will head home after visiting Rotorua, having spent four days in the Land of the Long White Cloud.
"What you'll pick up from the New Zealand public is that there is a real affinity for the Queen and a real strength of feeling around members of the royal family, particularly given, in the wake of some of our disasters, that they've been quick to respond and be present".
According to Roya Nikkhah, Royal Correspondent for The Sunday Times, Harry and Meghan Markle are making arrangements for the birth of their first child next Spring, which includes a formal division of their joint royal household.
After meeting children from environmental education programme Trees for Survival, the couple then got their hands dirty to plant the trees before heading over to throw wellies - or gumboots - in the sport of welly-wanging.
Meghan sported bright red toenails with her black dress and strappy sandals, and we couldn't help but swoon. "But the end of her marriage came before they could take any of the plans forward", the friend added.
"It means the world to me", Sergel said.
If you weren't sure whether or not Prince Harry, 34, would be a great dad, he just proved it!