The couple also watched the fearsome haka and met schoolchildren, with the duchess saying the weather in Windy Wellington had left her cold.
"I think she will be back at work very, very quickly", Ede tells Yahoo UK's 'The Royal Box'.
His efforts in Samoan, Tongan, Fijian, Niuean, Cook Islands, and Maori were greeted with applause from the audience of young people as the duke said: "This is definitely the first time I have spoken most of those languages, so I apologise if my accent wasn't any good, but I had to give it a go". We used to have conversations and stuff on there, ' Hannah told 1 News.
"I think she is one of those people that will stick with all of her engagements, will want to be there, will want also to be seen front and centre supporting her husband, wherever she can".
"She wouldn't have taken "no" for an answer and he knew it".
Meghan paired her bespoke dress by British designer Stella McCartney with Manolo Blahnik BB pumps in navy. She's just such an incredible person and I'm just so glad she's happy with Harry, ' she said.
According to an excerpt via the Daily Mail, from the book Charles at Seventy: Thoughts, Hopes and Dreams by royal biographer Robert Jobson, the Duke of Sussex felt a bit.tense, to say the least, before his May 19 wedding. And on October 30 during a walkabout in Auckland, she finally got to meet one young woman whose life she touched many years ago.
More than two years ago, Hannah had posted a video to her Instagram page which was captured by a friend.
Prince Harry shared an intimate moment yesterday with an Auckland boy who waited with his grandmother to meet him at the Viaduct Harbour. "He really looks up to you because he lost his mother too".
Over the past 16 days, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have visited Australia, Fiji and Tonga, before concluding the trip in New Zealand. She accessorised with her Boh Runga earrings which were gifted to her earlier in the week by Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Arden - she must be a big fan of her new gold studs because she has worn them on a couple of occasions.