Meghan and Harry's tour comes to close

Meghan and Harry's tour comes to close

And on October 30 during a walkabout in Auckland, she finally got to meet one young woman whose life she touched many years ago.

The pair will depart New Zealand tomorrow morning.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are on their Royal tour and were in New Zealand recently. Inspired by Meghan's own passion for female entrepreneurs, the little girl said that the LA native told her to "keep doing what you're doing!"

Though she looked picture-perfect to us, one royal etiquette expert is sounding the alarm saying Meghan's pockets are "too casual" for a royal.

"I was just so shocked", she told BBC News. But, in between the fun and games and official royal duties Meghan and Harry broke unofficial royal protocol again by indulging in a bit of PDA.

The day began with the pair being given Maori cloaks, or Korowai, before Prince Harry and Meghan received a traditional welcome conducted nearly entirely in Maori.

Taking to Instagram, Hannah shared snaps of Meghan's surprised face after seeing her in the crowd as well as the warm hug they shared. "I think she was thinking that there was no chance that she would win".

The public walkabout in Auckland took place on the third day of the royal couple's tour of New Zealand. Yes, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been caught holding, hands, hugging and acting like most (non-royal) normal newlyweds again.

"We see the Duchess as representing strong kaupapa (values) for women - she displays aroha (love), manaakitanga (nurturing and hospitality), mana (influence) and she is a great leader", said Ngāti Whakaue elder Norma Sturley, who designed the cloak, according to CNN affiliate TVNZ.

She also gave Meghan a letter thanking her for her support, which the Duchess promised to read, Hannah added.

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