Later on, Meghan and Harry changed out of their smart but casual wear into smarter attire (a suit for him and a beige Brandon Maxwell dress for her) to visit Pillars, a charity, which offers support to the children of prisoners.
Her efforts were singled out for praise by figures including New Zealand's prime minster Jacinda Ardern, who said the duchess's pregnancy "increased my respect for the role that she's playing at such an often tiring time".
Image: Meghan rushed over with a smile on he face to meet Ms Sergel.
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The Telegraph Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exit St. George's Chapel on May 19.
It also featured a heavy emphasis on mental health, with Harry speaking openly about his previous struggles, telling Wellington-based Voices of Hope: "I think anyone who has overcome mental health problems often go out of their own way to help others".
Hannah posted a video on Twitter that showed how thrilled Meghan was to see her old friend.
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"She encouraged me to do what I love and be the best version of myself I can be", she said.
"[Mostly it was] just small talk about what was going on in my life really".
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As evidenced in Markle's latest women's suffrage speech in New Zealand - as well as her extensive past charity work - the importance of feminism and women's rights clearly remains paramount for the new royal.
She added that it "means the world" to her that Meghan recognised her.
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Prior to the nuptials, both Harry and Meghan were planting flower bulbs at their home in Kensington Palace, according to a voiceover accompanying the exhibit, "A Royal Wedding: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex".