Meghan Markle Has Wardrobe Malfunction in See-Through Skirt

01 November, 2018, 00:26 | Author: Eloise Houston
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The Duchess of Sussex was no stranger to the spotlight before heading to Oceania with her husband on their first royal tour together.

Harry and Meghan arrived in New Zealand on Sunday after earlier visiting Australia, Fiji and Tonga.

Meghan Markle reacted with shock and excitement when she spotted an old friend in the crowd during her New Zealand tour. Dressed casually in jeans and rainboots they got stuck into the activities and games, which included planting a Kowhai tree.

Harry and Meghan watched as they were given a health check by Ms Bean and executive director of Kiwis for Kiwis Michelle Impey.

They later stopped to look at one of the natural geothermal pools, while holding hands.

Meghan turned heads for her bespoke Givenchy skirt - particularly when it appeared to be a sheer design which has since divided fans, with some insisting it was merely an optical illusion.

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Pictured in a range of outfits from Jason Wu to Emilia Wickstead, and occasionally cradling her baby bump, the duchess was praised by many for sticking to a gruelling schedule of 76 engagements.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding went off without a hitch (except, of course, the former "Suits" actresses' dad drama leading up to the big day).

The day before, Prince Harry drew cheers from Aukland's Pasifika community as he greeted them in six Pacific languages. There is no written royal protocol about PDA, but traditionally the Windsors just don't do it.

Before stepping into the beaming sun, the pair were gifted korowai, traditional Maori woven cloaks, by the people of Te Arawa, Meghan's honouring her impending motherhood and the significant of female ancestors.

The public walkabout in Auckland took place on the third day of the royal couple's tour of New Zealand.

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