The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have repeated their desire to bring up their children as normally as possible.
Under cloudy skies and a chilly wind in Wellington, the first stop on the Sussexes' trip to New Zealand, a sea of smartphones greeted the parents-to-be as they made their way down the steps and towards the crowds.
The day's engagements ended where they began, at Government House, where after a brief evacuation due to a falsely triggered fire alarm, Markle followed Governor General Dame Patsy Reddy in giving a speech commemorating 125 years of women's suffrage in New Zealand.
Meghan concluded her powerful speech by quoting Kate Sheppard, a prominent figure in the women's suffrage movement in New Zealand.
That wasn't the only freaky character the couple met during their visit.
In addition to Meghan's wedding dress, veil, and tiara, Harry's military uniform is also on display at Windsor Castle, as are the outfits worn by the couple's wedding party, which included the groom's nephew Prince George and niece Princess Charlotte. Listen out for a 21-gun salute in the late afternoon.
The Duchess has previously spoken about feminism at a 2015 celebration of International Women's Day at the United Nations, where she serves as Women's advocate.
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"The Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex are preparing to go their separate ways", says Nikkhah.
The event, at Government House, also saw members of the New Zealand Defence Force perform a haka for the couple.
One of their first gifts on tour just happened to also be their first baby gift - a cuddly toy kangaroo.
According to the book, it seems that the new royal - who is still getting to grips with Palace protocols - didn't realise she was expected to follow suit.
Hundreds of people gathered outside barriers at the Pukeahu National War Memorial, hoping to catch a glimpse of the couple on their only public walkabout in the capital.
Alexandra, along with friend Rebecca Sainsbury, handed the duchess the brooch which she held in her hands for a couple of seconds before attaching it to her Karen Walker trench coat.
The people of Fiji offered a roast pig, a whale's tooth necklace and a taste of the traditional local brew kava to Prince Harry and Meghan.
Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan braved the rain on a New Zealand beach on Monday for an encounter with a "cheeky" native bird in the picturesque Abel Tasman national park during the final leg of their Pacific tour.