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Meghan Markle Reminds The World That 'Feminism Is About Fairness'

31 October 2018

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Jacinda Ardern's comments came as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex followed in the footsteps of William and Kate on Tuesday as they took in Auckland, the penultimate stop on their 16-day royal tour.

Meghan Markle wore bright red nail paint on her toe nails.

The duchess's team emerged victorious after she landed her boot a good metre closer to the target than the duke.

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"Because yes, women's suffrage is about feminism, but feminism is about fairness", Meghan continued. Suffrage is not simply about the right to vote, but also about what that represents: the basic and fundamental human right of being able to participate in the choices for your future and that of your community.

"Across New Zealand there are thousands of children who are affected by having a parent in prison, and, without the right support, these young people are much more likely to also spend time in prison themselves as adults".

The couple were pictured enjoying breakfast at the Lyall Bay café, before making their way outside to meet a line of young children who had patiently waited for the royals all morning.

Last year, Inside Edition found a 1993 news segment about incident, which involved an interview with a precocious 11-year-old Meghan.

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Harry and Meghan were also welcomed by Maori elders with a traditional Hongi greeting ceremony.

The couple started their second full day in New Zealand by meeting with young people at the Maranui Cafe to talk about mental health and mental health services in the region.

Chatting with Jazz Thornton and Gen Mora, founders of Voices of Hope - which Jazz and Gen launched to provide hope for those struggling with mental health issues. "We are so grateful for your hospitality and the work to look after this attractive place".

After laying a wreath at the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, the Duke and Duchess then made their way to the crowds.

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"What you'll pick up from the New Zealand public is that there is a real affinity for the Queen and a real strength of feeling around members of the royal family, particularly given, in the wake of some of our disasters, that they've been quick to respond and be present".

Meghan Markle Reminds The World That 'Feminism Is About Fairness'