So brave! Meghan Markle may be pregnant with her first baby, but that doesn’t mean she can’t be adventurous. The Duchess of Sussex wrapped up her 16-day royal tour with Prince Harry on Wednesday, Oct. 31 in New Zealand with a nature day.
The royal couple visited Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua in Rotorua, New Zealand, where Meg embarked on a historic suspension bridge walk between 117-year-old Redwood trees. The forest is also known for its biking community, so the newlyweds were able to meet representatives from it. Meg has previously skipped nature walks with Harry in Fiji and Tonga due to a fear of Zika virus.
For the excursion, Meg donned a pair of dark skinny jeans, flats, and a warm black, puffy coat. She looked so casual and comfortable! The ensemble joined her plethora of fabulous looks from her overseas tour with Harry over the past two weeks.
While Meghan may have acted daring during the tour, it’s been reported that the royal family is doing all they can on their end to make her safety a top priority by upping her security. “Apart from terrorism, kidnappers, and lone madmen, the biggest threat to royals on these visits is a stampede in a crowd — it’s something they take very seriously,” royal expert Duncan Larcombe explained to Heat magazine.
During their tour, Harry especially made sure he protected his wife. “Harry obviously wants the tour to be a success, as it’s arguably the biggest royal overseas visit since his parents, [Prince] Charles and [Princess] Diana, took his brother, Prince William, as a baby on a similar route to Australia, but Meghan and the baby will be his first priority,” Larcombe previously said. It’s nice to see chivalry isn’t dead!
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