Meghan's princess moment! Duchess stuns in embellished tulle ball gown

Meghan's princess moment! Duchess stuns in embellished tulle ball gown

On arrival in Wellington Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be met by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and officially welcomed at Government House in Wellington.

Since then, it's been a whirlwind of royal engagements for the former actress, who revealed last week that she is pregnant with the couple's first child.

Just days after issuing another public apology to her estranged half-sister Meghan Markle, Samantha Markle is reigniting their feud, calling the Duchess of Sussex a liar.

Meanwhile, the palace has cut back on Meghan Markle's schedule, but she will continue her current tour with Prince Harry in Australia, followed by stops in Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand. She wore this teal-length piece to the Australian Geographic Society Awards - and it's safe to say all eyes were on her.

"Coming to Tonga I feel very much as though I am coming to visit an extended family", he said, reading a message from his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.

"Their Royal Highnesses have been very involved in the preparation for this exhibition", de Guitaut said.

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In his closing speech of the Games he created, Prince Harry said that, during this week, "we saw what mateship really looks like".

The exhibit is perfectly composed inside the Grand Reception Room, which is actually where Her Majesty hosted the couple's first wedding reception.

She related how a formerly paralysed veteran leapt into a boat to hug her and Prince Harry as they watched the sailing event. She picked Queen Mary's diamond and platinum bandeau tiara from the queen's unmatched collection.

The bridesmaid dress worn by Princess Charlotte and the pageboy uniform worn by Prince George are also part of the display. Which, speaking of, are both now on display in a new exhibition at Windsor Castle, along with a recording of the Duchess of Sussex dishing on her royal headpiece decision making (with Queen Elizabeth's assistance, no less).

Harry's wedding outfit, including the distinctive frockcoat uniform made by master tailors on Savile Row, is also on display.