Meghan Markle, Royal Tour's final Royal Tour ride

adminOctober 31, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle greet all the fans they can before they go home!

During the last day of their real tour, the couple made their last public walk in Rotorua, New Zealand, where they were received by many fans.

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During the walk, the crowd began chanting Meghan's name, and she turned excitedly to greet a group of young girls who made a giant poster for the couple in a video posted by the Instagram fan account, @MrsKateCambridge.

Meghan, wearing a blue sweater and a matching multicolored pleated skirt from Givenchy, also took the time to greet one of her little fanatics in the crowd, an adorable young woman who held out her hands to the Duchess.

Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle

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"Walkabouts", as the meeting is commonly known and real greetings, has provided some of the most sincere moments of the real tour of Meghan and Harry. Shortly after arriving in New Zealand, Meghan consoled a teenage fan sobbing by shaking hands.

A young royal fan who wore a shirt that said "Girls can do anything" got Harry's attention in Sydney, so much so that he had to call his wife to meet her.

Prince Harry

Prince Harry

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"We feel it looks a little like you," you hear a person in the crowd tell Meghan in a video posted by Harry Meghan Updates on Instagram.

The Duchess of Sussex replied: "I was literally about to say the same thing!"

Then, Harry took a fan's phone to take a picture of Meghan with his mini-me, a rare move for the prince, who generally sticks to the actual protocol of not having autographs or selfies.

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Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, began the last day of their royal tour with a formal pōwhiri and a lunch before naming two kiwi chicks.

Things will end with a visit to Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua, a long walkway of hanging bridges among 117-year-old Redwood trees.

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