BN Sweet Spot: Meghan Markle cradling her Baby Bump in New Zealand

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The couple are now in New Zealand on the second last day of their 16-day royal tour.

The Queen and Prince Philip never do it. Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge (aka Kate Middleton) rarely do it.

Sophie Hubbard and Hope Watson waited to see the royal couple in the grounds of the National War Memorial in Wellington, their first stop in New Zealand.

Despite the rainy weather, the duke and duchess - who are set to welcome their first baby in the spring of 2019 - spent a lot of time graciously meeting fans who had been waiting for them since the early morning. Prince Harry's late mother Princess Diana was the one with a rebellious streak and Meghan is completely following in her footsteps.

For the event, Meghan was styled in a beige Brandon Maxwell dress with matching Stuart Weitzman pumps and a beige Burberry Bishop trench coat.

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The ceremony was conducted entirely in Maori, which only briefly abated when another councillor, Monty Morrison, broke into England to joke with Meghan about her "little bump".

However, others thought it was just an optical illusion and the camera simply caught Prince Harry moving his hand up to his wife's back.

Luckily, Meghan and Harry are old pros when it comes to the gruesome and unexpected - they were looking at prosthetic limbs together before the leaves even turned brown! Prince Harry had a young boy approach him during the walkabout, and managed to turn him straight back around. But, she did say, "The likely reasoning is more that while traveling on a tour such as the India trip, technically the couple are working representatives of British Monarchy".

According to ITV's Chris Ship, she is also wearing a woven "Korowai" or traditional Maori cloak.

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