Published: Mon, October 29, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

Auckland's gift for baby Sussex revealed ahead of royal arrival

Auckland's gift for baby Sussex revealed ahead of royal arrival

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex touched down in the tiny island kingdom of Tonga on Thursday, as the royal couple continued their whirlwind 16-day tour of the South Pacific.

Speaking to staff and volunteers for an online youth programme at the Maranui Café, she said: 'You see photos on social media and you don't know whether she's born with it or maybe it's a filter.

The prince said that while the Invictus competitors were often called heroes or legends, they were just ordinary men and women doing extraordinary things and reminding everyone that no challenge is too hard to overcome.

After a stroll along the beachfront, a barbecue and a discussion about conservation with a ranger, the couple boarded their Royal New Zealand Air Force helicopter laden with gifts, including a large colourful tote bag and a knitted blanket fit for a newborn baby.

Hopefully we can expect to see her photography skills further when it comes to the debut of Markle and Harry's first child, expected in spring 2019. Asked what sports they played, they listed them: cricket, rugby, hockey, netball, basketball.

"It felt really unbelievable, it felt really good to see her put it on", Alexandra said.

Prince Harry has visited the country on multiple occasions and said he enjoyed it - not least because the people were less prone to requesting selfies.

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, clearly loved the all boys choir's performance, so much so the expectant mother ended up wiping away happy tears.

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Previously, body language expert Judi James revealed the real reason Meghan keeps blocking Harry with her hands.

Harry told them the forecast had been for even worse weather.

A Government House representative later said it was a false alarm caused by a vegetable steamer in the kitchen.

Sophie Hubbard and Hope Watson were among the hundreds of well-wishers at the New Zealand National War Memorial in Wellington.

This touching meeting between the pregnant former actress and an adoring fan comes just two days after she delivered a moving speech at the close of the Invictus Games in Sydney on Friday.

Just before boarding the flight to New Zealand they chatted to NSW Planning Minister Anthony Roberts, representing the Premier of NSW, and the federal member of Parliament for Berowra, Julian Leeser, representing the Prime Minister.

Seeing how Queen Elizabeth, Meghan Markle and the rest of the royal family have made no comments about all of the dirty laundry that the Markles have been airing in public, it's doubtful that they will reach out to Thomas at this point.

That evening they'll be whisked back to Auckland to depart New Zealand the next day.

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