Meghan added: “This could be an ode to the highway journeys I took with my dad, the years of being a woman scout below the helm of my mum as troop chief, and my gravitational pull in the direction of what it mentioned to be some of the lovely nations on the earth.
“Seems it truly is. With a panorama that ranges from gorgeous lakes, welcoming wine nation, glaciers, forest, farmland and seashores, New Zealand is undoubtedly spectacular.”
The Duchess used her two weeks to the fullest and travelled to most of the nation’s prime locations.
She visited Queenstown, Lake Wanaka, Franz Josef Glacier, Marlborough, Kaikoura and Akroa and Waiheke.