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Meghan beats Prince Harry to win ‘gumboot’ throwing contest in New Zealand

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By ITN News Editor October 30, 2018 13:25

Meghan beats Prince Harry to win ‘gumboot’ throwing contest in New Zealand

Britain’s Prince Harry and his pregnant wife Meghan tried their hand at ‘gumboot’ throwing, when they attended a Queen’s Canopy dedication ceremony at Redvale in New Zealand. On a wet morning, the Royal couple joined children from the ‘Trees in Survival’ group for some ‘welly-wanging’, with Meghan receiving a ‘gumboot’ shaped trophy for winning the contest. The pair also were gifted infant sized Wellingtons for their unborn baby. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex planted trees and unveiled a plaque at a ceremony to mark the entry of Carol Whaley Native Bush into the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy, a network of indigenous forest conservation initiatives.

ITN News Editor
By ITN News Editor October 30, 2018 13:25
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