The former Suits actress attended a reception at the Auckland War Memorial Museum on Tuesday wearing the navy ruffled midi dress with double-breasted buttons she first wore to support Prince Harry at the Audi Polo Challenge in May 2017, E!
"I do not pick up from the New Zealand public that this is high on their agenda".
Prince Harry is the flawless gentleman as he holds his wife Meghan Markle's hand to make sure she doesn't slip.
Meghan sported bright red toenails with her black dress and strappy sandals, and we couldn't help but swoon.
She may be one of the most recognised faces in the world right now, but Meghan Markle proved she'll never forget her roots when she ran over to one of her loyal fans in New Zealand yesterday.
"She would tell me to do well at university and encourage me to be myself".Читайте также: Red Sox didn't ask Schilling to participate in ceremony involving 2004 team
Ms Sergel is filmed giving Meghan a letter, which Prince Harry takes for safe keeping while the two women talk.
For their wedding in May, Meghan and Harry had asked for charitable donations in lieu of gifts. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were presented with these "cloaks of protection", called Korowai, for their royal baby.
Beyond the need to, you know, be a human and put her stuff somewhere, Meghan may also be sending a subliminal message by putting her hands in her pockets that she's sort of over this entire royal tour.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.