Prince Harry and Meghan Markle landed in Wellington on Sunday. Prime Minister Jacinda Adhern greeted them at the airport. This is the first official visit of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex post marriage, and they have already covered Australia, Tonga, and Fiji. The royal tour coincides with the fourth Invictus Games scheduled in Sydney this year. Prince Harry started this in 2014. It was to encourage wounded veterans and members of the military to participate in sports activities. They come from all parts of the world since it is an international sporting competition.

CNN reports that Maori elders welcomed the Royal couple with a traditional hongi greeting. This involves touching noses and foreheads. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also visited the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park to pay their respects at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior.

Meghan Markle has her say

The Duchess of Sussex is on the last leg of a Royal tour with husband Prince Harry. She gave a speech to mark the 125th anniversary of women's right to vote. She showed her appreciation of the bold decision that New Zealand took in 1893 by saying "Bravo New Zealand." By virtue of the decision, the country became the first in the world to extend voting rights in parliamentary elections to women.

Meghan Markle does not hesitate to have her say on topics that are close to her heart. On the subject of voting rights of women, she explained that this gives women the fundamental human right to be a part of choosing the future. While she is from an American background, she deserves credit for adapting herself to a new lifestyle to match with the requirements of the British royal family.

She had to bid goodbye to many old habits and embraced new ones in order to merge with the Royals. Overall, she's done an admirable job.

Harry and Meghan enjoy creative arts

According to the New Zealand Herald, the Royal couple visited Abel Tasman National Park. Their next halt was at the Courtenay Creative in Wellington. This is the venue for creative arts in the capital and people were delighted to have the distinguished guests among them.

Costumed Vikings and knights, and an orc from “Lord of the Rings” welcomed Harry and Meghan. They interacted with youngsters who displayed their talents in different areas and had a great time. One of the models, a 12-year-old girl, impressed the visitors. Her father was a creative director and had transformed the girl into a chimp from “Planet of the Apes.” At the end of it all, they received some gifts. The tour will do a world of good for Meghan's popularity, especially as she's in the family way.