Published: Tue, October 30, 2018
Medical | By Vicki Mclaughlin

Meghan and Harry given traditional Maori greeting in New Zealand

Meghan and Harry given traditional Maori greeting in New Zealand

Suddenly, his hand has fallen, and while photo magic leaves its exact location unclear, it appears that the Duke of Sussex is patting his Duchess's bottom.

"Everyone needs someone to turn to, right?" he said.

Prince Harry is continuing to dote on his little prince or princess-to-be during his 16-day worldwide tour with pregnant Meghan Markle.

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He had a private audience with Harry and Meghan in June, after winning one of the Queen's Young Leaders Awards previous year.

They also lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park.

The couple will spend four days in New Zealand as the final part of their visit to Australia and its neighboring countries.

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They met with Jazz Thornton and Gen Mora, the founders of Voices of Hope, an organization that aims to help those struggling with mental health issues in the region.

At a beachside campsite, the local iwi, or tribe, welcomed Harry and Meghan with a traditional ceremony accompanied by the blowing of a conch shell.

Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP Meghan Markle receives a "hongi", a traditional Maori welcome, on the lawns of Government House in Wellington, New Zealand on Sunday.

Department of Conservation ranger Andrew Lamason will be showing Harry and Meghan around the park's bays and says he will talk to them about conservation efforts in the area.

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