Earlier in the day, the royal couple took part in a series of traditional Māori greetings, including a hongi with Māori elders in which the couple touched noses with chiefs and shared breath, a pōwhiri [formal welcome ceremony] and watched a haka.
Department of Conservation ranger Andrew Lamason will be showing Harry and Meghan around the park's bays and says he will talk to them about conservation efforts in the area.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were greeted by orc soldiers and chatted to a monkey as they took in Wellington's creative talent.
"While progress has been made in many areas across the Commonwealth, there is always scope to offer more opportunities to the next generation of young adults, and specifically to young women", the duchess said in her speech at Fiji's University of the South Pacific last week.
Prince Harry and Meghan will be touring the country for four days. Read on, for their detailed itinerary.
As they were both getting ready in an upstairs room at Government House, a sprawling mansion built in 1910, an unidentified person set off a smoke alarm in a downstairs toilet. Listen out for a 21-gun salute in the late afternoon.
Draped in Union Jack flags and wearing an array of tiaras, thousands of royal fans descended on Pukeahu National War Memorial in Wellington, all hoping to catch a glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. They'll lay a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Warrior and go for a public walkabout.More news: Manhunt under way after bombs sent to Democrats, Trump critics
"So we don't want to put any demands on you".
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The royals then returned to Government House for meetings with Ardern and the leader of the opposition Simon Bridges, ahead of a reception hosted by the Governor-General marking the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage.
As a matter of fact, there's a new report that says Thomas is so desperate to reach out to the Duchess of Sussex that he is willing to have the Archbishop get involved and worse, has reportedly considered legal action to fight for access to his future grandchild.
Our office has been buzzing with excitement since Harry and Meghan first announced their royal tour (to see where else Their Royal Highnesses will travel in Aotearoa, check out their tour itinerary).
The Royal pair will start Monday at the Maranui Cafe, Lyall Bay, before a trip to Abel Tasman National Park. This will definitely be your best bet to recreate the drama of Southland's pin oak, planted by the Queen then stolen by an apparently still-at-large-thief.