Harry and Meghan battle it out in welly-wanging competition

Meghan and Harry given traditional Maori greeting in New Zealand

Meghan and Harry given traditional Maori greeting in New Zealand

Taking the lead from Markle and Middleton, black skinny jeans are the one wardrobe essential every woman needs in her closet.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding went off without a hitch (except, of course, the former "Suits" actresses' dad drama leading up to the big day).

Hannah Sergel was overjoyed after Meghan stopped to hug her. Sergel said she traveled from Christchurch for the event and had followed Meghan on Instagram before the royal had to deactivate her account.

Ryen Anderson, who was on her team said: "Meghan was asking us how to throw and we said it doesn't matter".

Either way Meghan Markle has flashed her royal underwear.

"I watched a lot of interviews and just thought she was an awesome person and human being", she said. "She would tell me to do well at university and encourage me to by myself". She's got all the cheap secrets to successfully flying across the globe, understands the need for travel-specific beauty products, and loves to rock a comfy walking shoe.

Her efforts were singled out for praise by figures including New Zealand's prime minster Jacinda Ardern, who said the duchess's pregnancy "increased my respect for the role that she's playing at such an often tiring time".

And while it may have been their last day travelling the country and in a town of 70,000, the crowd for the royals' final public walkabout was the biggest of the New Zealand leg. New photos have surfaced of the Duchess of Sussex wearing a see-through skirt while she was greeting her fans in New Zealand this week.

The Duchess of Sussex proved her relatability on Wednesday when she and her husband, Prince Harry, visited New Zealand as the final stop on their 16-day royal tour.

The 37-year-old even sent Hannah a video message in 2016, personally thanking her for her support.

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