Meghan reunites with former IG pen pal while in New Zealand

Prince Harry Meghan Markle rubber boot New Zealand

Prince Harry Meghan Markle rubber boot New Zealand

On her first royal tour alongside her husband, Prince Harry, Meghan has been spotted wearing a few dresses that have every woman's favorite detail - pockets.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made light of the grizzly conditions, describing her country as "the land of the long white cloud where a little bit of rain tends to fall from".

Meghan Markle has barely stepped a foot wrong in the fashion department during her marathon 16-day royal tour.

Meghan wore a blue sweater and matching multi-colored pleated skirt from Givenchy, as she took time to greet one of her littlest fans in the crowd.

While the two had never actually met IRL, that changed this week as Markle left Viaduct Harbour during her royal tour of New Zealand.

Meghan Markle married Prince Harry on May 19, 2018 at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England.

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Harry used a blue and yellow boot. Chris Jackson Getty Images

The competition took place at Auckland's North Shore, where the royal couple dropped by to dedicate a 20-hectare area of native bush to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy and were joined by children from the "Trees in Survival" group.

"I have real empathy and I think she's incredible".

Pictured in a range of outfits from Jason Wu to Emilia Wickstead, and occasionally cradling her baby bump, the duchess was praised by many for sticking to a gruelling schedule of 76 engagements.

"I said to Meghan "try to keep it forward and not too high".

The use of Te Reo Maori language is experiencing a revival in New Zealand, after years of decline due to historical policies that cracked down on the use of the language, particularly in schools.

But as far as we're concerned, Meghan should be allowed to put her hands in her pockets all she wants, especially while traveling. After greeting as many people as they could, the couple headed inside to support Pillars, a New Zealand-based charity that supports the children of imprisoned parents.

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