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During their 16-day tour of the Green Continent, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry received many unusualts: Australian Governor General Peter Cosgrove presented them with a plush kangaroo and a miniature pair of uggs for the unborn baby, and the Maori presented the spouses with traditional kiwi feather capes.
But it turned out that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also did not remain in debt: they brought their autographed portrait to all high-ranking officials as a present. This became known thanks to a photograph from the Government House in Wellington, in which a picture of Megan and Prince Harry was noticed. By the way, exactly the same photo adorns the living room of Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace.
Photo from Government House in Wellington
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