William and Harry go their separate ways

Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex meet with New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern during a visit to Government House in Wellington

Image Meeting New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern

Shortly after the fun and games, the Duke and Duchess were given some adorable presents for the newest arrival to the Royal Family, Baby Sussex.

Congratulations to the royal couple!

Meghan Markle proved she's a natural with ids when she comforted a shy schoolboy in the sweetest way outside a New Zealand café yesterday.

Among youths demonstrating their make-up and costume skills, Prince Harry was in particular taken by a Ruby Acevedo, 12 - transformed into a character from Planet of the Apes - asking if he could touch her face.

125 years later, the country is celebrating under a female prime minister and a female governor general - and with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. "I am proud to be a woman and a feminist", she said during a 2015 International Women's Day speech, a quote that now lives on her official royal biography page.

For a reception at Government House in Wellington, Meghan wore a gorgeous black gown by Gabriela Hearst, which she teamed with a traditional Maori design necklace, a co-ordinating clutch and strappy heels.

Harry planted a puriri tree which can grow up to 20metres tall.

The duchess could be heard praising the children for their help. 'She said, "Wow, how did you make it?"

A gift for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, knitted by Auckland Council staff.

He described the royal pair as "nice, caring".

After months of speculations, on October 15, Kensington Palace released the following statement: 'Their Royal Highnesses are really pleased to announce that the Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in Spring 2019.

Meeting the Duchess was "awesome" and "amazing", Isabella said. There, amid some rain, Prince Harry addressed a group with a sweet reveal. I think she was thinking that there was no chance that she would win.

Today, the royals will visit Pillars charity in New Zealand, which supports children who have a parent in prison by providing special mentoring schemes.

The couple are on a 16-day trip which has seen them visit Australia, Fiji and Tonga, and they are now in New Zealand.

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