The journey was filled with special moments: From the pregnancy news, to beautiful royal engagements and individual awards of recognition, it can be referred to as "thrilling 16 days".
Now, they are at the final stop and done with most of their engagements. The couple decided to end the fantastic tour with a note of thanks through the Kensington Palace social media page.
And Prince Harry took this chance to show off his photography skills as they enjoyed their last moments on tour.
The picture, which was taken by Prince Harry himself, showed his wife cradling her now obvious baby bump as she posed for the camera.
They were at the Redwoods Tree Walk in Rotorua, New Zealand. Meghan was all smiles as she posed surrounded by the beautiful nature.
A caption accompanied the picture which was posted on the Kensington Palace Instagram page. It was a note from the royal couple, and it read:
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"Thank you New Zealand for the most wonderful last week if our tour. It has been a privilege to meet so many friendly Kiwis. Australia, Tonga, Fiji, and NZ"
It further read that the royal couple left feeling inspired by all the events that happened during their tour, and that they are reminded that every individual is capable of making a difference.
It ended with a quote by Kate Sheppard, which read:
The rain that refreshes the parched ground is made up of single drops.
Soon, Prince Harry and Meghan will be back home.
The way they have managed to thrill the world, making themselves appear as down to earth despite their royalty, is impressive.
Admittedly, we are going to see more of this beautiful couple soon, and, with a baby on the way, we wish them the best!
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