Meghan celebrates universal suffrage fight in New Zealand

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Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex during a visit to view the newly unveiled United Kingdom war memorial and Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, in Wellington. "I was saying there are two of you and there will be three of you soon".

Meghan, wearing a white Maggie Marilyn dress and Gillian Anderson coat, and Harry went on to listen to Louis Baker perform Just a Memory.

As well as Wellington, the duke and duchess will also visit Auckland and Rotorua over the next four days.

After the group chats concluded, Harry and Meghan took photographs with each table and seemed motivated by their chats, both smiling and laughing.

Both William and Harry live in the Kensington Palace estate but with Meghan expecting a child it has been speculated the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will look for somewhere bigger than the cottage they now reside in.

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William, 36, and Harry, 34, are hoping the split will highlight their differing roles, with Harry and Meghan having more of a "blank slate" concerning foreign tours, fundraising and royal duties.

Meghan Markle was speaking at an event at Government House in Wellington - celebrating the 125th anniversary of women being given the vote - when she said: "Tena koutou katoa [greetings to all]".

The couple spent 45 minutes discussing mental wellbeing and learnt about initiatives and programmes supporting mental health in New Zealand, with a focus on youth. They are ordinary people doing extraordinary things.

A Royal Wedding: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex opened on Friday, and the exhibit's curator, Caroline de Guitaut, reveals Meghan was eager to be as hands on as possible as the display was put together.

After visiting the cafe, the royals were whisked away by helicopter for a hike and barbecue in the Abel Tasman National Park, before returning to Wellington to check out the capital's thriving film industry. They'll also plant a tree, as royals are want to do.

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During the reception, a supportive Harry toasting with water at tonight's reception with Fijian prime minister.

The couple, who are now in Australia, will finish their trip with a four-day visit to New Zealand.

The royal couple meet with children in New Zealand.

The couple met National Party leader Simon Bridges and his wife Natalie on Sunday afternoon - albeit slightly late after a fire alarm was activated, apparently by an air freshener in the toilets.

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