Prince Harry Reveals His Adorable Nickname for the Royal Baby

Prince Harry Reveals His Adorable Nickname for the Royal Baby

Meghan Markle's first joint engagement with the Queen was a major success for the brand new royal, who visited Cheshire with the monarch just a month after marrying Prince Harry - but it nearly wasn't so!

The Duke and Duchess meet with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend the traditional welcome ceremony on the lawns of Government House in Wellington, New Zealand, Oct. 28, 2018.

After a loud quarrel, which occurred the day before the wedding, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the girl held a grudge against his father and refuses to communicate with him.

Meghan had the Queen in stitches during their joint engagement. "Feminism is about fairness", she said. "Suffrage is not simply about the right to vote but also about what that represents".

Meghan spoke on feminism and women's suffrage in New Zealand on 125th anniversary of women achieving the right to vote in the country.

The duchess gave a passionate speech about women's suffrage at Government House in Wellington on Sunday.

"There's a fear of embarrassment of having these problems in the first place", Harry said, "The fact you're going to schools and offering it online, which is where so many people spend most of their time, is really important". On a trip to Ireland over the summer, she allegedly expressed her enthusiasm for the results of the country's recent referendum which made abortion legal. At age 11, she fought against sexist advertising in a Proctor & Gamble ad.

"You see photos on social media and you don't know whether she's born with it or maybe it's a filter". She got back letters of encouragement from all three women - and the company ended up changing the ad. "We want to be inclusive, but especially Meghan, because she's expecting, we don't want to put her at any risk".

Harry and Meghan greet royal watchers at Pukeahu War Memorial Park.

While the newest royal had rugged up against the Wellington chill earlier in the day in a thick jacket and black boots, she stepped out of her casual daytime outfit and into a gorgeous white dress for a visit to Wellington's Courtnay Creative in the afternoon.

It's been a busy weekend for the couple. But now they have their own families, they no longer rely on each other as before.

"They were both so warm and friendly", Richardson later remarked. They have become different people with different outlooks on life.

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

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