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Cheerio, royals: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle depart NZ after four-day tour

Cheerio, royals: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle depart NZ after four-day tour

Harry's grandmother Queen Elizabeth had visited the same site on a tour in 1953.

"We see the Duchess as representing strong kaupapa (values) for women - she displays aroha (love), manaakitanga (nurturing and hospitality), mana (influence) and she is a great leader", said Ngāti Whakaue elder Norma Sturley, who designed the cloak, according to CNN affiliate TVNZ. Hannah came to support the royal in the crowd, and when she waved, Meghan recognized her and came over to say hi.

The duke said: "One of the joys of our visit to New Zealand has been the opportunity to meet so many young New Zealanders who are devoting their talents and energy to making a difference".

The couple will fly back to London today, following their 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

They gave the 3-day-old kiwi chicks indigenous Maori names: "Koha" meaning "gift" and "Tihei" meaning "sneeze", from the Maori saying "tihei mauri ora" meaning "the sneeze of life" or the right to speak.

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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. Prince Harry echoed those sentiments and also stressed the importance of mental health awareness.

They were "absolutely buzzing" afterwards and said the Duke and Duchess were "very nice".

While the two had never actually met IRL, that changed this week as Markle left Viaduct Harbour during her royal tour of New Zealand.

"That's the first time I have used those languages", he said.

Markle, 37, and her now-husband Prince Harry, 34, reflected on their May 19 royal wedding at Windsor Castle's St. George's Chapel in audio recordings featured in an exhibit about their big day.