Adorable moment Meghan Markle gives cakes to kids at Maranui cafe

Monday, 29 Oct, 2018

According to the Daily Mail, Thomas Markle wants to fly to London to meet with the Archbishop of Canterbury in hopes that it will help bring him closer to Meghan, even though she doesn't want anything to do with him.

She and her husband, Prince Harry, are now in New Zealand, finishing their royal tour which has also included Australia, Tonga and Fiji.

The event, at Government House, also saw members of the New Zealand Defence Force perform a haka for the couple.

- The Duchess of Sussex, as she and The Duke joined PM @JacindaArdern and @GovGeneralNZ Dame Patsy Reddy to celebrate the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand.

Meghan's speech was attended by New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern, who became only the second elected world leader in modern times to give birth while in office when she welcomed a baby girl earlier this year.

If that weren't enough, Thomas also believes that as a grandfather, he has his rights to see the child, regardless of what anyone thinks about it. She's wearing an ASOS maternity dress, the Karen Walker Banks trench coat, and Sarah Flint pumps. "The basic and fundamental human right of being able to participate in the choices for your future, and for your community".

A small number of protesters chanted "No more war" as the duke and duchess climbed the steps to the memorial which commemorates the 300,000 New Zealanders which served their country.

Since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry embarked on their 16-day tour to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, all eyes have been on the royal couple.

The country's most famous suffragette was born in Liverpool, and emigrated to New Zealand with her family in 1868. They were also invited to hongi with the Governor-General's Kuia and Kaumātua (Māori elders).

"Because, yes, women's suffrage is about feminism", she added, "but feminism is about fairness".

Meghan described the "incredibly surreal day" when she and her fiance visited Queen Elizabeth II, Harry's grandmother, to choose a tiara for her to wear during the wedding ceremony.

They quickly spoke about mental health. They came across a weka, with Andrew explaining they're New Zealand's version of a monkey as they're very cheeky.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle honour soldiers with a wreath.

"When we heard the royal couple were coming of course we applied to Internal Affairs, and I said to them it's lovely to see this isn't a tour crammed with visiting exclusive high class lodges and wineries where the average Kiwi wouldn't see the light of day".