Meghan Markle Accidentally Rocks a See-Through Skirt in New Zealand

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And on October 30 during a walkabout in Auckland, she finally got to meet one young woman whose life she touched many years ago.

On her first royal tour alongside her husband, Prince Harry, Meghan has been spotted wearing a few dresses that have every woman's favorite detail - pockets.

Prince Harry reportedly shouted "what Meghan wants, she gets" at royal staff members ahead of his nuptials to former Suits actress Meghan Markle.

The student was holding a sign that read, "It's Hannah from Instagram", when Meghan noticed her.

According to 1 News Now NZ, the duchess saw an old pen pal she used to talk to on Instagram, Hannah Sergel, before she closed her social media accounts in January.

"I didn't expect her to even know who I was at all, I'm just so blown away by everything that happened".

This is why Meghan always walks slightly behind her husband Prince Harry
Harry's wedding outfit, including the distinctive frockcoat uniform made by master tailors on Savile Row, is also on display. I wanted a British designer because I wanted to embrace my new home in a way.

Meghan and Prince Harry were meeting fans at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern when Meghan recognised a familiar face. From thigh-high slits to overlooked tags, the Duchess's first royal tour was chock-full of envelope-pushing moments.

Harry and Meghan officially became godparents!

But what we also know (and seretly love) about her is that she does not pay much attention to Royal protocol, whatsoever.

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.

"One of the joys of our visit to New Zealand has been the opportunity to meet so many young New Zealanders who are devoting their talents and energy to making a difference", Harry said.

And while it may have been their last day travelling the country and in a town of 70,000, the crowd for the royals' final public walkabout was the biggest of the New Zealand leg.