Meghan Markle applauded for powerful feminist speech

Both William and Harry live in the Kensington Palace estate but with Meghan expecting a child it has been speculated the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will look for somewhere bigger than the cottage they now reside in.

Department of Conservation ranger Andrew Lamason will be showing Harry and Meghan around the park's bays and says he will talk to them about conservation efforts in the area.

They later met the crowds during a walkabout at the National War Memorial.

Meghan Markle is here for her fans! "She seems really nice and kind and would be good for royalty".

Harry and his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, are in Sydney promoting the Invictus Games, which Harry started in 2014 for wounded veterans.

Mrs Richardson, who was there with Sophie Hubbard and Hope Watson, both 10, said: "I chose to be quite blunt and asked three times, 'Can I get a photo, can I get a photo?'"

Visits to Auckland and Rotorua will also form part of the New Zealand leg of their tour, before they leave on Thursday to return to the UK.

What's on the menu for the couple is being kept under wraps, but Kelly said her business partner and chef had busy tinkering with morning tea ideas that used a variety of Kiwi ingredients.

Prince Harry climbed the Harbour Bridge's 1,332 steps with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Invictus Games ambassadors as the event's flag was raised high above Sydney.

During the reception, a supportive Harry toasting with water at tonight's reception with Fijian prime minister.

Now that it was just a couple of hours from happening Kelly said she was "super nervous". And of course, none of her ensembles are complete without thoughtful details that pay tribute to a person (like Serena Williams!) or a place (Fijian blue!) she loves.

When presented with a turtle-shaped necklace carved from black coral, they said they couldn't take it because of environmental issues.

Standing in front of a large portrait of the Queen, Meghan said the women of New Zealand who fought for their right to vote were "universally admired". I said it was a demanding trip, they must be exhausted.

The pair spent their second day in New Zealand on the northern tip of the nation's South Island, having taken a short helicopter flight from Wellington, the capital, where they arrived on Sunday following visits to Australia, Fiji and Tonga.

  • Kyle Peterson