The pair met face to face in Auckland on Tuesday.
The use of Te Reo Maori language is experiencing a revival in New Zealand, after years of decline due to historical policies that cracked down on the use of the language, particularly in schools.
Prince Harry reportedly shouted "what Meghan wants, she gets" at royal staff members ahead of his nuptials to former Suits actress Meghan Markle.
When she told Meghan that laying an egg was the equivalent of having a "30lb baby", the pregnant duchess grimaced and then laughed.
Speaking to New Zealand's 1 News, Hannah said, "She said 'thank you for getting in touch, ' and then she gave me a hug and said she would read my letter that I gave her".
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Court documents say Alyssa Shepherd got out of jail Tuesday evening after posting a $15,000 bond on reckless homicide charges. The driver in a fatal crash that killed three children from the same family and injured a fourth boy has been charged.
"I was friends with her on Instagram before she had to deactivate her account".
For their wedding in May, Meghan and Harry had asked for charitable donations in lieu of gifts.
Beyond the need to, you know, be a human and put her stuff somewhere, Meghan may also be sending a subliminal message by putting her hands in her pockets that she's sort of over this entire royal tour.
That event will be a chance for the Royal couple to find out more about the significance of mountain biking to the local economy and New Zealand's tourism and recreation sectors. From thigh-high slits to overlooked tags, the Duchess's first royal tour was chock-full of envelope-pushing moments.
"We see the Duchess as representing strong kaupapa (values) for women - she displays aroha (love), manaakitanga (nurturing and hospitality), mana (influence) and she is a great leader", said Ngāti Whakaue elder Norma Sturley, who designed the cloak, according to CNN affiliate TVNZ.