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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were welcomed by pohiri and haka and exchanged hongi with kaumātua and kuia at Wellington's Government house soon after touching down Sunday afternoon.
The Duchess of Sussex had her Twitter photography debut as a member of the Royal Family with a sweet shot of husband, Prince Harry, rehearsing their speeches for the Invictus Games closing ceremony on Saturday.
New Zealand became the first country in the world where women could vote in parliamentary elections in 1893.
She ended the speech by quoting the words of Kate Sheppard, who was one of the most eminent figures of the women's suffrage movement in New Zealand.
"Happy Halloween", Harry quipped before the couple headed back into the Wellington evening.
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Oldest intact shipwreck discovered at the bottom of the Black Sea
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Adorned in a checked Karen Walker coat and a simple, black ASOS Maternity dress, the duchess opted for a sleek bun hairdo that may have been as much practicality as style, with the capital's infamous wind rearing its head.
"Bravo New Zealand for championing the right of women to vote 125 years ago".
This morning the royal couple will enjoy breakfast at Lyall Bay's popular Maranui Cafe at 10am with a number of representatives from mental health projects before the fly to Nelson.
Prince Harry last year spoke out about his own struggles with mental health, telling the Daily Telegraph newspaper that he'd sought counselling after years of suppressing his emotions following the death of his mother Diana, the Princess of Wales, in a vehicle crash when Harry was 12.
Among the youth advocates was Ezekiel Raui from community peer support group Key to Life. The picture showed a stunning lake and mountains in New Zealand's Abel Tasman National Park and according to the photo credit, it was taken by none other than Prince Harry!
Both Harry and Meghan wore remembrance poppies on their chests, with Meghan's fixed upon her maroon top.
A Qantas flight carrying the royal couple had to abort a landing attempt in Australia's largest city after a plane on the runway "failed to get out of the way", the Australian Broadcasting Corp. reported, citing Sydney Airport officials.