Here’s Meghan Markle & Prince Harry’s Favorite Part Of Their Wedding

Here’s Meghan Markle & Prince Harry’s Favorite Part Of Their Wedding

Here’s Meghan Markle & Prince Harry’s Favorite Part Of Their Wedding

They've got a jam-packed day from there.

The multi-talented duchess put her photography skills to work, as she snapped a black-and-white picture of her husband rehearsing on stage.

If there's anything we know about Markle thus far in her new life as Prince Harry's wife, it's that she takes her role as an ambassador for the royal family seriously.

There was loud applause as Meghan began a speech in the evening - at a reception celebrating the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand - with the words "tena koutou katoa" ("greetings to all", in Maori).

Prince Harry closed out the Invictus Games in Sydney with an emotional speech during the 2018 games' closing ceremony.

They were greeted at the airport by Prime Minister Jacinda Arden, having flown in from Australia with the Kiwi Invictus team.

Harry also spoke on the recording, describing the Queen Mary tiara as "the one that suited the best, the one that looked the best on you without question".

Prince Harry and Meghan wasted no time kicking off their charm offensive just hours after landing in Sydney by announcing the global headline-grabbing news that they are expecting a baby.

More than 2000 people gathered at the war memorial hoping to catch a glimpse of the newlyweds.

The country's most famous suffragette was born in Liverpool, and emigrated to New Zealand with her family in 1868.

"She's said she had heard all about me, she's so attractive", Mrs Dunne said.

Prince Harry and Meghan arrived in Wellington Sunday to a traditional Maori welcome, an official reception disrupted by a fire alarm and a rock star reception during a public walkabout. "She seems really nice and kind and would be good for royalty".

Both Harry and Meghan laid fern fronds on the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior, then laid a wreath before heading into the building.

The Invictus Games are an worldwide paralympic-style competition for military personnel wounded in action that was founded by Prince Harry.

Speaking before the final, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said it had been a "magic week for Sydney", which has hosted the week-long games for wounded, injured and ill veteran and active service personnel.

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