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

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While the newest royal had rugged up against the Wellington chill earlier in the day in a thick jacket and black boots, she stepped out of her casual daytime outfit and into a gorgeous white dress for a visit to Wellington's Courtnay Creative in the afternoon.

Prince Harry passed on greetings from "our little bump" to New Zealanders when he and pregnant wife Meghan toured a South Island nature reserve on Monday.

The second, and final, day in New Zealand saw the pair spending quality time with the youth, braving more rainy weather and even getting a slight scare.

Inside Government House, parents-to-be Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, met prime minister Jacinda Ardern, 38, who had her first child, a daughter, in June.

In 1893, New Zealand became the first country to allow women to vote.

"Because yes, women's suffrage is about feminism, but feminism is about fairness", Meghan continued.

In her speech, Meghan said, "We are proud to be able to join you tonight in celebrating the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in your country".

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

They were greeted with a traditional Maori Haka performance, the Haka Powhiri, or welcoming dance, which imitated the hauling of a canoe ashore.

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They met with Jazz Thornton and Gen Mora, the founders of Voices of Hope, an organization that aims to help those struggling with mental health issues in the region.

Among the youth advocates was Ezekiel Raui from community peer support group Key to Life.

After the arrival ceremony, their first engagement was a visit to the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, where they laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior.

They will also meet some of the park's youth ambassadors and local school children at a barbecue lunch for a tree planting.

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