Deuce and duchess! Catherine shows off her sporting skills on the court

Deuce and duchess! Catherine shows off her sporting skills on the court

Deuce and duchess! Catherine shows off her sporting skills on the court

During their tour of New Zealand, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Abel Tasman National Park, E!

Meghan Markle who became famous after she became part of the cast for "Suits", dated Engelson for six years before getting engaged in 2010.

They were then pictured walking on a sandy beach as Harry held an umbrella while the Duchess of Sussex clutched on to his right arm.

Also acknowledging the weather and how lousy it has been throughout their trip, Barney finished up by saying, "We've been watching your progress on tour and we wouldn't want to be royals".

The mother and father-to-be will head home after visiting Rotorua, having spent four days in the Land of the Long White Cloud.

Prince Harry is scheduled to give a speech on Tuesday night during a reception at the Auckland War Memorial Museum, and on Wednesday the couple are scheduled to visit a hatchery for the national bird, the kiwi.

At an event celebrating the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand, Meghan Markle lauded the nation for being the first to allow women to vote, noting the "larger impact of what this symbolized".

"They think I am good enough so I just hope I can do it".

The parents-to-be also took time to encourage a young businesswoman!

Both William and Harry live in the Kensington Palace estate but with Meghan expecting a child it has been speculated the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will look for somewhere bigger than the cottage they now reside in.

After meeting children from environmental education programme Trees for Survival, the couple then got their hands dirty to plant the trees before heading over to throw wellies - or gumboots.

Meghan, who wore a black Gabriela Hearst gown and a Maori inspired necklace, said: "In the words of your suffragette Kate Sheppard, "All that separates, whether race, class, creed, or sex, is inhuman, and must be overcome". "But the end of her marriage came before they could take any of the plans forward", the friend added.

"It means the world to me", Ms Sergel said.

Harry and Markle's May 19 wedding was viewed by 29.2 million Americans, according to Nielsen data, as well as an average of 18 million people across the pond, so it's fair to say Markle and Harry were under just a bit of pressure ahead of their big day.

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