Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Throw Rainboots During ‘Welly Wanging Contest’

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Oct. 30 2018, Published 5:49 p.m. ET

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have not shied away from trying a wide array of traditional games and ceremonies throughout their 16-Day Royal Tour. Earlier today the two squared up against each other to compete in a “welly wanging contest” in Auckland, New Zealand. Scroll down for more details.

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To play the game, The Duke and Duchess split off into two teams – a red one and a yellow one which was marked by small flags.

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Harry looked super concentrated and threw the rainboot (a.k.a a welly). The Prince had a competitive stance and look determined to win.

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Meghan threw her head back in laughter as they watched their teams compete in the game. Harry also looked impressed as a spectator when he wasn’t as focused on playing.

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The mom-to-be geared up and launched her red, polka dot rainboot into the air. The goal seemed to be to launch the shoes as far as possible.

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The Kensington Palace’s Twitter account shared, “The Duchess of Sussex’s red team won the welly wanging contest, beating The Duke’s yellow team!”

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What do you think about Meghan’s latest win against Harry? Sound off in the comments!


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