The Duke and Ducchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been giving the world major couple goals ever since their engagement and the royal wedding. While they never shy away from their romantic gestures, the latest Duke's gesture has broken all bars!
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will welcome their first born child in Spring 2019!
The official Instagram handle of Kensington Palace posted some a series of picture but we're going to talk about one specific; the picture which was clicked by none other than her husband, Prince Harry himself, and we simply cannot stop gushing about it!
The picture captured beautiful Meghan Markle, cradling her baby bump standing amid the majestic Redwoods Treewalk in Rotorua in New Zealand. The couple visited the woods with trees more than 100 years old as their final stretch of the 16-day visit to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
A message from The Duke and Duchess of Sussex: “Thank you New Zealand for the most wonderful last week of our tour. It has been a privilege to meet so many friendly Kiwis. Australia, Fiji, Tonga and NZ - we leave feeling inspired and reminded of how every single one of us can make a difference.” ‘The rain that refreshes the parched ground, is made up of single drops’ - Kate Sheppard #commonwealth 🇳🇿🇦🇺🇫🇯🇹🇴 📷 The Duke of Sussex
Leaving a thank you note for the people of New Zealand for the Commonwealth country tour, the caption of the picture read, "A message from The Duke and Duchess of Sussex: “Thank you New Zealand for the most wonderful last week of our tour. It has been a privilege to meet so many friendly Kiwis.Australia, Fiji, Tonga and NZ - we leave feeling inspired and reminded of how every single one of us can make a difference.”
The caption also included a famous quote from Kate Sheppard, a well-known member of the women's suffrage movement in New Zealand: ‘The rain that refreshes the parched ground, is made up of single drops’ - Kate Sheppard." Some other pictures were also shared on the handle including the royal couple holding hands and walking in the park and overlooking a small lake.
🍃 At the beautiful Redwoods Forest in Rotorua, home of treewalks, mountain biking and 100-year old trees — The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the spectacular Redwoods Treewalk in Rotorua, a series of suspension bridges traversing the gaps between its majestic trees, each with their own living deck to ensure viewing platforms adapt to the trees’ rapid growth without any harm. #RoyalVisitNZ #NewZealand #Rotorua
However, this isn't the first time that Prince Harry took over the palace's Instagram handle; previously he shared some stories during their visit to Abel Tasman National Park in New Zealand. The duke is not alone however, as it was started by his wife.
Getting ready for tonight’s @InvictusSydney closing ceremony, where we will celebrate the #InvictusGames competitors, and their friends and families. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will both speak at the ceremony this evening. #IG2018— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 27 October 2018
📷 The Duchess of Sussex pic.twitter.com/XAck2r3wf4
Meghan clicked a sweet photograph of Harry as they rehearsed for their speeches at Invictus Games’ closing ceremony, and the photo was shared on place’s Instagram and Twitter pages.
Meghan Markle is familiar with the whole digital-era but we're glad that The Duke of Sussex is also stepping up!