Meghan Markle Shares Leftover Cake With Schoolkids

Meghan Markle Shares Leftover Cake With Schoolkids

Prince Harry brought some sunshine to a rainy day during the couple's New Zealand visit by revealing what he is calling his child with Meghan.

Max Henry, 10, was holding pictures of himself meeting the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge when they visited New Zealand in 2014.

The New Zealander said she travelled from Christchurch for the event and had followed the duchess on Instagram before the royal had to deactivate her account.

The royal began by thanking the local Iwi tribe for hosting them and said, "The weather forecast was a lot worse than this and we are really fortunate to be here".

"From my wife, myself and our little bump, it's a blessing to be here", Harry said, making reference to Meghan being four months pregnant.

The couple then walked along the beach arm-in-arm talking to ranger Andrew Lamason.

Meghan spoke on feminism and women's suffrage in New Zealand on 125th anniversary of women achieving the right to vote in the country. Once they arrived safe and sound and only slightly later than expected, they handed out awards to young people at the Australian Geographic Society Awards ceremony.

Earlier, the pair expressed their admiration for mental health workers at a beachside morning tea in Wellington.

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At the cafe, Harry talked about the need to remove the stigma from mental health and to encourage people to talk about how they feel.

"Everyone needs someone to turn to right?"

The agreement is believed not to have involved lawyers, with Meghan instead penning an informal document that her then-husband signed.

The couple are in New Zealand on the final leg of a marathon 16-day tour which has also taken in Australia, Fiji and Tonga.

Harry and his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, are in Sydney promoting the Invictus Games, which Harry started in 2014 for wounded veterans.

"I've been there, you've been there, and we now need to reach out to those who can never even imagine themselves in that place", he said.

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"We wanted to give the royal couple a taste of rural New Zealand, and there's nothing more quintessentially Kiwi than a gumboot throw!" he said.