'Cheeky' Prince Harry caught patting Meghan Markle's bum on tour

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She finished the look with her go-to £235 ($422 AUD) black jeans from USA denim brand Mother and a pair of Blackbird slippers from Birdies.

The married couple received a formal powhiri welcome at Te Papaiouru Marae on the final day of the tour, Wednesday (October 31), in Rotorua, New Zealand.

The day started with the pair being given Maori cloaks - or Korowai - during a visit to the village of Ohinemutu.

Having worked on it for two months whenever she has had time, she was up all of Tuesday night to complete the last-minute touches. While inside, Harry was gifted an axe carved by a local Maori artist and Meghan was gifted a floral bouquet.

Royal biographer Robert Jackson revealed that the Duke of Sussex is "prone to volatility" and was incredibly stressed in the days leading up to their royal wedding, becoming "petulant and short-tempered" with his aides.

"There are creative, gifted and caring Te Arawa Rangatahi young people here, who are using their talents to preserve and promote the Maori language, to support mental well-being, and to achieve in areas that will benefit their communities, and their country", he added.

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They will also have the opportunity to name two young kiwi chicks at Rainbow Springs.

The duke and duchess visited the Redwoods Tree Walk - their 76th and final engagement of the 16-day visit.

Claims that the flame-haired royal "raised his voice" to make sure that his bride would get everything she wanted have been revealed in the new biography, called "Charles at Seventy: Thoughts, Hopes and Dreams", which is part of a serialisation in The Daily Mail.

The pair did not reply, waving to well-wishers before getting in their auto.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry, 34, sported a smart grey suit, with his military medals pinned to his chest, for the momentous occasion.

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