Take out the real umbrellas – again!
On the last day of their epic Down Under tour, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited the picturesque Abel Tasman National Park in New Zealand, where they learned more about their local conservation program under a rainy sky.
Arriving on Monday at the park, which is famous for its golden beaches and located on the northeastern tip of the southern island of New Zealand, the couple was greeted by a traditional welcome ceremony. (Meghan showed that she has perfected the traditional greeting of hongi!)
Harry, 34, offered a personal message when they arrived on the island in a helicopter, saying: "From me, my wife and our little bump, we are very grateful to be here." We bring blessings from my grandmother the queen and our family. We are very grateful for your hospitality and the work to take care of this beautiful place. "
Walking along the beach with ranger Andrew Lamason, Harry and Meghan (with Outland jeans, a Jac and Jack blouse and a Monaco Club coat) wrapped under an umbrella, this time, Harry did the honors!
Last week, the prospective parents shared a romantic moment in Dubbo, Australia, where Meghan, 37, kept Harry dry while giving a speech to the audience. The downpour of that day was unexpected, since Dubbo had previously fought several years of drought.
Before their visit to the Abel Tasman National Park on Monday, the couple visited the Maranui Café in Wellington, New Zealand, where they met with young people from various mental health projects in New Zealand, and offered sweet treats to young fans who waited outside . .
The royal couple started their whirlwind 16-day tour of Down Under in Sydney, with several day trips to other parts of the country, and started the Invictus 2018 Games before spending a few days in Fiji and Tonga. They returned to Sydney for the end of the Invictus Games before heading to New Zealand to finish their tour on Monday.