Royals Harry and Meghan arrive in New Zealand for 4-day tour

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The Duchess of Sussex on Sunday congratulated New Zealand on becoming the first country in the world to allow women to vote 125 years ago, and said that effort had paved the way for others around the world.

Meghan boarded the plane in a burgundy dress.

According to the publication, the royal couple was "hosted privately" at the five-star Vatuvara Private Islands resort.

There were tears and applause as the royal couple were showered with gifts, including a New Zealand "Buzzy Bee" toy, which Harry held aloft to the delight of the crowd.

Harry's wedding outfit, including the distinctive frockcoat uniform made by master tailors on Savile Row, is also on display.

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Earlier, they attended a royal banquet where Harry also delivered a message from his grandmother the Queen, who had visited Tonga herself on royal tours and become friendly with their monarchy.

Meghan chose the Invictus closing ceremony to make her only public speech of the Australian leg of the tour, praising the hundreds of friends and family who supported the competitors all the way to the finish line and beyond.

Hearts melted when five-year-old Dubbo schoolboy Luke Vincent threw his arms around Harry for a huge bear hug and then reached out and grabbed his beard. He said Harry had no idea, and clearly didn't know much about basketball. We were too close, so the decision was made to abort the landing.

The gown chosen by Meghan for her marriage at St George's Chapel at the castle is part of an exhibition on the big day which also features uniform worn by the Duke of Sussex.

She said: 'Meghan started to talk to them and I thought I'm just going to ask. One called the look "flawless" while another person compared Meghan to a "doll".

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shunned the VIP area to sit with the general crowd when they watched one of the final Invictus Games events.

Alexandra, an aspiring designer, said: "I said, "It's really nice to meet you", and then we gave her the brooch".

The couple had returned to Sydney from Tonga for the closing hours of the event, which was founded by Prince Harry for wounded military personnel to compete in sport.

The tune left Meghan, who is about four months pregnant and has taken medical advice about the Zika virus, in irrepressible giggles.

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