31 October, 2018
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.
So in addition to simply being gorgeous, the duchess' necklace also packs a mini history lesson. "Meghan's high levels of confidence suggest her reason is more to do with fashion than anxiety though".
Meghan - a self-professed feminist - addressed an audience of mainly women guests in Wellington, including the nation's third female Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, and third female governor general, Dame Patsy Reddy. "The basic and fundamental human right of being able to participate in the choices for your future and that of your community".
"The achievements of the women in New Zealand, who campaigned for their right to vote, and were the first in the world to achieve it, are universally admired".
Liz Kirk and daughter Ella, nine, had stood waiting for almost seven hours to give the royals a soft toy, despite intermittent downpours and gales.
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At a beachside campsite, the local iwi, or tribe, welcomed Harry and Meghan with a traditional ceremony accompanied by the blowing of a conch shell.
The event, at Government House, also saw members of the New Zealand Defence Force perform a haka for the couple.
Chatting with Jazz Thornton and Gen Mora, founders of Voices of Hope - which Jazz and Gen launched to provide hope for those struggling with mental health issues. They also met with Ezekiel Raui, the founder of Te Kotahi, a peer-support mental health program.
After laying a wreath at the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, the Duke and Duchess then made their way to the crowds.
The royals performed a hongi - or nose rub - with Professor Sciascia and Mrs Higgins as the Royal New Zealand Air Force band played.