Prince Harry (35) and Duchess Meghan (38) joined the greetings from the British Royals on "Waitangi Day", a national holiday in New Zealand (February 6). On the "sussexroyal" Instagram page the couple, who now lives in Canada, writes: "We send our best wishes to all our kiwi fans on Waitangi Day! As a Commonwealth country, we honor New Zealand's spirit and diversity today, and we remind us of the special time we spent there during our 2018 trip. " The two are aimed "at the entire New Zealand people".
The congratulations from the new adopted home of the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II (93) are somewhat surprising, after all, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan were released from their official obligations to the royal family at their own request.
The whole family sends greetings
The Queen had previously arranged for such requests: "Today, communities across New Zealand will celebrate Waitangi Day. The national holiday commemorates the signing of the Waitangi Treaty, which is widely regarded as the document with which modern New Zealand was founded" the followers on the Queen's Instagram account, "theroyalfamily".
Prince William (37) and his family sent their congratulations halfway around the world via the "kensingtonroyal" account: "Today is New Zealand's national day #WaitangiDay. We send our best wishes to all our followers in New Zealand," he says there. And Prince Charles (71) did not miss the public greeting either.