Published: Wed, October 31, 2018
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

Prince Harry consoles boy: 'Don't you worry about having just one parent'

Prince Harry consoles boy: 'Don't you worry about having just one parent'

Meghan used to follow Hannah on Instagram when she had an account on the social media app. They also found time to throw wellies (Wellington boots) as a part of a fun, "welly wanging contest".

The Duchess told Hannah "Thank you for getting in touch" and "said she would read my letter that I gave her".

She said: 'I chose to be quite blunt and asked three times, "Can I get a photo, can I get a photo?".

He told their hosts, a Maori tribe: "The rain is a blessing on all of us ... from my wife, myself and our little bump, we are so grateful to be here. I think it's never going to be easy for the two of us to talk about our mother, but 20 years on seems like a good time to remind people of the difference that she made not just to the Royal Family but also to the world". I am so shaky and flustered. Reportedly, on several occasions, Prince Harry would raise his voice and exclaim, "What Meghan wants, she gets!" She's just such an incredible person and I'm just so glad she's happy with Harry, ' she said.

"I have a lovely wife, baby on the way, your life is going to be sorted, don't you worry about that".

Meghan and Prince Harry announced that they were expecting a baby on the first day of their tour of Australasia and the news has become the big focus of the trip.

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Nelson Poll, 11, was on Meghan's team and said: "I think Harry's technique was better - it was straight-forward instead of going at an angle".

"He really looks up to you", she explained, "because he lost his mother too".

Prince Harry shared an intimate moment yesterday with an Auckland boy who waited with his grandmother to meet him at the Viaduct Harbour.

'Can you believe I was such a mess that the prime minister of New Zealand had to comfort me, ' Hannah posted on Twitter. After greeting as many people as they could, the couple headed inside to support Pillars, a New Zealand-based charity that supports the children of imprisoned parents.

It brings to an end a marathon 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand - the first royal tour for the Duke and Duchess since their May wedding.

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