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Prince Harry meets with members of the All Blacks rugby team in Auckland

Friday, May 15, 2015 - 00:47

Prince Harry meets with current and former members of the All Blacks, on day seven of his official tour of New Zealand. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION Prince Harry was welcomed by current and former members of New Zealand's national rugby team, the All Blacks on day seven of his official tour of New Zealand on Friday (May 15). He was presented with an All Blacks jersey at the Auckland Spinal Rehabilitation Unit within Middlemore Hospital, following a meeting with patients at an art class. The 30-year-old royal chatted with former All Blacks Sir Colin Meads, who represented the rugby union side from 1957 to 1971, along with incumbent All Blacks hooker Keven Mealamu and loose forward Jerome Kaino. Earlier in the day he visited the South Cross Campus School in Mangere, where he was greeted by students and staff before enjoyed cultural performances - including traditional Waiata and Maori songs. Although he had a packed schedule, the prince found time for a game of pool, table tennis and rock-paper-scissors with teens at the TYLA (Turn Your Life Around) centre in Mangere, South Auckland. Harry painted his hand purple to contribute to the handprint wall, but quickly dashed across the room to place a handprint onto the head of Arthur Edwards - a royal photographer for The Sun newspaper in the UK . Following a week in New Zealand, the prince is set to fly back to the UK on Saturday (May 16).

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Prince Harry meets with members of the All Blacks rugby team in Auckland

Friday, May 15, 2015 - 00:47