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

Meghan Markle on Bondi Beach in Sydney Australia

A video posted on social media showed the Duchess saying "oh my god, how are you?" after spotting her in the crowd.

Markle, who is expecting a baby in the spring with Prince Harry, also paid homage to New Zealanders by opening her speech with a formal Maori greeting, and she also accessorized her black Gabriela Hearst dress with a necklace that featured a traditional Maori design, according to People.

The American-born former actress and her husband attended 76 engagements over 16 days in the former British colonies, with Meghan sometimes changing designer outfits four times in a single day.

The pair are now headed back to London as Meghan continues her second trimester of pregnancy.

Prince William and Prince Harry with their wives Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.

The Duke and Duchess received a very warm welcome in the New Zealand town and fans lined the street to greet them both.

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But a relieved Mourinho praised Pogba after the game for having the mental strength to take the 27th minute penalty. De Gea couldn't do much to stop Gylfi Sigurdsson's penalty but had a decent outing in between the sticks.

Obviously, things went well between Markle and Harry, as the pair married in May and are now expecting their first child together, with Kensington Palace announcing the news earlier this month.

She spoke in Fiji about her own struggles to afford university in the United States, arguing the case for open education.

Danielle Bazergy, a 22-year-old personal trainer often gets comments that she looks like Meghan Markle.

Prince Harry's fifth visit to Australia coincided with the Invictus Games in Sydney, which he founded for war-wounded veterans.

But as schoolchildren on her team chanted "Meghan, Meghan, Meghan", the pregnant duchess gave a flick of the wrist and sent her red-and-white polka dot welly sailing past Harry's best effort.

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

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