Meghan Markle's Old Instagram Pal Adorably Surprises Her In New Zealand

Meghan Markle's Old Instagram Pal Adorably Surprises Her In New Zealand

Meghan Markle's Old Instagram Pal Adorably Surprises Her In New Zealand

As it turns out, the necklace was given as a gift - one of many received by the Duchess on her first overseas royal tour.

Meghan Markle is now wrapping up her royal tour of the Commonwealth with husband Prince Harry, and the Duchess has been enchanting fans with her fashion choices throughout the trip.

Britain's Prince Harry receives a traditional Maori hongi greeting at a formal powhiri welcoming ceremony in Te Papaiouru, Rotorua, New Zealand October 31, 2018.

There were also freakish gifts, with one woman offering Meghan a bunch of carrots on Bondi Beach in Sydney, prompting the duchess to turn to the duke and say: "We got some veggies!"

Harry and Meghan arrived in New Zealand on Sunday after earlier visiting Australia, Fiji and Tonga.

Meghan seemed to flash her underwear in this Givenchy sweater and skirt.

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The day began with the pair being given Maori cloaks, or Korowai, before Prince Harry and Meghan received a traditional welcome conducted nearly entirely in Maori.

"Excuse me if I jump to English", he said before praising young New Zealanders who are "using their talents to preserve and promote the Maori language".

On their last day in New Zealand, Markle and Harry also visited the National Kiwi Hatchery at Rainbow Springs and the Whakarewarewa Forest in Rotorua.

From thigh-high slits to overlooked tags, the Duchess's first royal tour was chock-full of envelope-pushing moments.

Waiting for Meghan at an event at the Viaduct Harbour, Ms Sergel carried a sign saying: "It's Hannah from Instagram", which prompted Meghan to greet her and give her a hug.

During the visit, the duke praised New Zealand for its commitment to the QCC - an initiative which promotes the conservation of forests.

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