Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have not forgotten the little people.
The royal couples, who finish the last day of their epic tour Down Under, seemed to provide a sweet treat for young fans on Monday (local time.)
Visitors at the Maranui Café in Wellington, New Zealand, met The expectant parents were youngsters from a number of mental health projects in New Zealand that offered support through help lenses, social media, websites and school programs.
When Visited, Harry and Meghan (wearing Outland Jeans, Jac and Jack Top and Club Monaco Coat) finished making sure their youngest fans waited outside ̵
1; they sent pastries from the cafe to the audience, Emily reports Andrews of The sun.
After the coffee break, the couple went to the Abel Tasman National Park on the northeastern tip of New Zealand’s southern island for a conservation-focused visit.
The royal couple began their whirlwind 16-day trip Do Under Sydney, with a number of day trips to other parts of the country, kicking out Invictus Games 2018 before spending a few days in Fiji and Tonga. They returned to Sydney before the end of Invictus Games before they went to New Zealand to pack their tour.