Meghan wows in a white dress as she and Harry meet budding actors in New Zealand

Meghan left royal fans in awe in a white tuxedo dress as she returned to her roots and met budding actors dressed up as creatures from the Lord Of The Rings.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were greeted by orc soldiers and chatted to a monkey as they took in Wellington’s creative talent during the second day of their trip to New Zealand.

Earlier in the day, the couple spoke with youth volunteers about mental health at a beachside cafe and braved the rain for a walk through Abel Tasman National Park, before meeting actors at a creative arts centre.

Meghan, a former actress, gave a nod to her hosts in a £520 (AU$939/US$666) white tuxedo dress by New Zealand designer Maggie Marilyn as she joined her husband for a visit to Courtenay Creative, which runs programmes for young people looking to get into film.

The couple were greeted by two Lord Of The Rings orc soldiers as they entered a room filled with musicians, actors, prosthetic experts and models.

Luke Hawker, dressed as an orc, greeted the pair after hobbling along the ground to introduce himself to the duke and duchess, with Prince Harry joking that he ‘had a face’ for dressing up as a monster.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (pictured holding hands) meet actors in colourful costume during a visit to Courtenay Creative in Wellington, New Zealand

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (pictured holding hands) meet actors in colourful costume during a visit to Courtenay Creative in Wellington, New Zealand

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (pictured holding hands) meet actors in colourful costume during a visit to Courtenay Creative in Wellington, New Zealand

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The Duchess of Sussex oozed sophistication as she visited Courtenay Creative on the second day of her visit to New Zealand.

Meghan showed off her enviable figure in a white tuxedo dress by New Zealand based label Maggie Marilyn, which had been customised for the royal. It originally featured ruched long sleeves, but Meghan chose a sleek sleeveless silhouette instead.

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Meghan then accessorised with classic navy pumps by Manolo Blahnik and a tattoo diamond necklace by Jessica McCormack (inspired by the ancient Maori art form) for the perfect finishing touches.

The dress is available to pre-order (click right) or, why not replicate Meghan’s look for your next event with our edit below?

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The duchess shakes hands with an actress

The duchess shakes hands with an actress

Meghan left royal fans in awe in a white tuxedo dress as she returned to her roots and met budding actors dressed up as creatures from the Lord Of The Rings

Meghan left royal fans in awe in a white tuxedo dress as she returned to her roots and met budding actors dressed up as creatures from the Lord Of The Rings

Meghan left royal fans in awe in a white tuxedo dress as she returned to her roots and met budding actors dressed up as creatures from the Lord Of The Rings 

Harry and Meghan were greeted by orc soldiers and chatted to a monkey as they took in Wellington's creative talent during the second day of their trip to New Zealand

Harry and Meghan were greeted by orc soldiers and chatted to a monkey as they took in Wellington's creative talent during the second day of their trip to New Zealand

Harry and Meghan were greeted by orc soldiers and chatted to a monkey as they took in Wellington’s creative talent during the second day of their trip to New Zealand

Luke Hawker, dressed as an orc (right), greeted the pair after hobbling along the ground to introduce himself to the duke and duchess, with Prince Harry joking that he 'had a face' for dressing up as a monster

Luke Hawker, dressed as an orc (right), greeted the pair after hobbling along the ground to introduce himself to the duke and duchess, with Prince Harry joking that he 'had a face' for dressing up as a monster

Luke Hawker, dressed as an orc (right), greeted the pair after hobbling along the ground to introduce himself to the duke and duchess, with Prince Harry joking that he ‘had a face’ for dressing up as a monster

The couple went on to meet Ruby Acevedo, 12, whose face was covered by prosthetics to make her appear like a monkey. Harry lent in to touch her face and asked: 'You can go outside like that?'

The couple went on to meet Ruby Acevedo, 12, whose face was covered by prosthetics to make her appear like a monkey. Harry lent in to touch her face and asked: 'You can go outside like that?'

The couple went on to meet Ruby Acevedo, 12, whose face was covered by prosthetics to make her appear like a monkey. Harry lent in to touch her face and asked: ‘You can go outside like that?’

An impressed Duchess of Sussex admires the headdress of one of the actresses to greet the two royals during their evening visit in Wellington today

An impressed Duchess of Sussex admires the headdress of one of the actresses to greet the two royals during their evening visit in Wellington today

An impressed Duchess of Sussex admires the headdress of one of the actresses to greet the two royals during their evening visit in Wellington today

The couple were greeted by two Lord Of The Rings soldiers as they entered a room filled with musicians, actors, prosthetic experts and models

The couple were greeted by two Lord Of The Rings soldiers as they entered a room filled with musicians, actors, prosthetic experts and models

The couple were greeted by two Lord Of The Rings soldiers as they entered a room filled with musicians, actors, prosthetic experts and models

The 37-year-old said: ‘I didn’t know if I was supposed to shake their hand but they were standing there. They seemed quite scared.’

The couple then went on to meet Ruby Acevedo, 12, whose face was covered by prosthetics to make her appear like a monkey.

Harry lent in to touch her face and asked Ruby: ‘You can go outside like that?’

Afterwards, she said: ‘It was an amazing experience. They were really nice and it was just a really nice experience to get to meet them and talk to them.

‘They were everything I expected, just really kind.’

He said: ‘It was such a an honour to have an opportunity like this and be able to play for a royal in your lifetime is special.

‘We talked about my music and wanting to put an album out next year. Meghan said I had a great tone.

‘I didn’t want to talk at them. They’ve probably been talking to people all day, day in day out for the latest few days, so I didn’t talk a lot.’

The orc, or Mr Hawker, gave Meghan a gold necklace with paua shell and diamonds made by Village Goldsmith and the couple then posed for pictures with an array of models and monsters.

‘Happy Halloween’, Harry quipped before the couple headed back into the Wellington evening.

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan (pictured posing with colourful characters in Wellington today) are on day 14 of their 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan (pictured posing with colourful characters in Wellington today) are on day 14 of their 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan (pictured posing with colourful characters in Wellington today) are on day 14 of their 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific

A clearly impressed Meghan was seen having a touch of one of the actress's costumes as she described her amazement at how light the outfit was

A clearly impressed Meghan was seen having a touch of one of the actress's costumes as she described her amazement at how light the outfit was

A clearly impressed Meghan was seen having a touch of one of the actress’s costumes as she described her amazement at how light the outfit was

Former actress Meghan spoke to creatives types about their careers and their costumes as she wowed the room in a white tuxedo dress

Former actress Meghan spoke to creatives types about their careers and their costumes as she wowed the room in a white tuxedo dress

Former actress Meghan spoke to creatives types about their careers and their costumes as she wowed the room in a white tuxedo dress

Harry and Meghan joked with actors and actresses about their costumes during a meeting with creative types in Wellington

Harry and Meghan joked with actors and actresses about their costumes during a meeting with creative types in Wellington

Harry and Meghan joked with actors and actresses about their costumes during a meeting with creative types in Wellington

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, greets Gino Acevedo, creative art director at Weta Digital, during a visit to Courtney Creative

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, greets Gino Acevedo, creative art director at Weta Digital, during a visit to Courtney Creative

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, greets Gino Acevedo, creative art director at Weta Digital, during a visit to Courtney Creative

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex later were forced to walk under an umbrella as the rain fell across the Abel Tasman National Park during their visit on Monday afternoon 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex later were forced to walk under an umbrella as the rain fell across the Abel Tasman National Park during their visit on Monday afternoon 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex later were forced to walk under an umbrella as the rain fell across the Abel Tasman National Park during their visit on Monday afternoon 

Earlier in the day, Prince Harry has revealed the adorable name he’s using for his growing family in a speech at Abel Tasman National Park on New Zealand’s South Island.

Addressing students from under a marquee as heavy rain fell, the Duke of Sussex showed his paternal side as he referred to ‘our little bump’.

Prince Harry thanked the local Iwi tribe for their welcome and kind words.

‘The weather forecast was a lot worse than this and we are really fortunate to be here. The rain is a blessing and a reminder of our connection to the land,’ he said.

‘From my wife, myself and our little bump, it’s a blessing to be here.’

Harry and Meghan are continuing their royal tour of New Zealand, having met with young mental health advocates working to make a difference in the country.  

The royal couple held hands as they strolled through the Abel Tasman National Park on Monday afternoon.

Prince Harry took great interest in the shells which were on the beach in the Abel Tasman National Park 

Prince Harry took great interest in the shells which were on the beach in the Abel Tasman National Park 

Prince Harry took great interest in the shells which were on the beach in the Abel Tasman National Park 

Wow in a white tuxedo dress by Maggie Marilyn like Meghan

Maggie Marilyn ‘Leap Of Faith’ dress

Meghan is wearing a customised version! Pre-order the long-sleeved style here…

Buy now

The Duchess of Sussex oozed sophistication as she visited Courtenay Creative on the second day of her visit to New Zealand.

Meghan showed off her enviable figure in a white tuxedo dress by New Zealand based label Maggie Marilyn, which had been customised for the royal. It originally featured ruched long sleeves, but Meghan chose a sleek sleeveless silhouette instead.

A blazer dress is an ideal piece for those who mean business! Smart, sophisticated and chic, it’s the perfect way to do modern power dressing.

Meghan then accessorised with classic navy pumps by Manolo Blahnik and a tattoo diamond necklace by Jessica McCormack (inspired by the ancient Maori art form) for the perfect finishing touches.

The dress is available to pre-order (click right) or, why not replicate Meghan’s look for your next event with our edit below?

From gorgeous bargain buys at PrettyLittleThing and In The Style to a classic by Reiss, we’ve covered every budget so you can make a modern regal statement.

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The couple had been due to attend a beach barbecue and tree planting with local students but the wet weather forced a change of plans 

The couple had been due to attend a beach barbecue and tree planting with local students but the wet weather forced a change of plans 

The couple had been due to attend a beach barbecue and tree planting with local students but the wet weather forced a change of plans 

The couple stood under an umbrella as the rain came down but Harry was unfazed, saying in a speech 'The rain is a blessing and a reminder of our connection to the land' 

The couple stood under an umbrella as the rain came down but Harry was unfazed, saying in a speech 'The rain is a blessing and a reminder of our connection to the land' 

The couple stood under an umbrella as the rain came down but Harry was unfazed, saying in a speech ‘The rain is a blessing and a reminder of our connection to the land’ 

The royal couple swapped into their wet weather gear following their morning engagement which had been blessed with sun

The royal couple swapped into their wet weather gear following their morning engagement which had been blessed with sun

The royal couple swapped into their wet weather gear following their morning engagement which had been blessed with sun

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wore wet weather jackets as they walked through Abel Tasman National Park 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wore wet weather jackets as they walked through Abel Tasman National Park 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wore wet weather jackets as they walked through Abel Tasman National Park 

The royal couple visited the national park on Monday afternoon on day two of their tour of New Zealand 

The royal couple visited the national park on Monday afternoon on day two of their tour of New Zealand 

The royal couple visited the national park on Monday afternoon on day two of their tour of New Zealand 

The visit to the national park, on New Zealand's South Island, provided a chance for the couple to learn about conservation projects in the area

The visit to the national park, on New Zealand's South Island, provided a chance for the couple to learn about conservation projects in the area

The visit to the national park, on New Zealand’s South Island, provided a chance for the couple to learn about conservation projects in the area

The Duke of Sussex added in his speech 'From my wife, myself and our little bump, it's a blessing to be here'

The Duke of Sussex added in his speech 'From my wife, myself and our little bump, it's a blessing to be here'

The Duke of Sussex added in his speech ‘From my wife, myself and our little bump, it’s a blessing to be here’

Harry and Meghan are in New Zealand on the last leg of their mammoth first royal tour as a married couple

Harry and Meghan are in New Zealand on the last leg of their mammoth first royal tour as a married couple

Harry and Meghan are in New Zealand on the last leg of their mammoth first royal tour as a married couple

They wore wet weather jackets for the occasion as the rain fell in the wilderness reserve, where they were also talking to conservation staff and inspecting the national park’s beach.

The Duke and Duchess had been due to attend a beach barbecue and tree planting with local students but the wet weather forced a change of plans.  

They instead joined the students for brownies and tea under the cover of a marquee at a beachside camp.    

Under the marquee, a kaumatua (elder) from the local iwi (tribe) Barney Thomas spoke in Te Reo Maori, wishing them well with their pepi (baby). Meghan smiled as the words were translated for her.  

The Duchess sat slightly behind the Duke in the front row, though there was no ill intent.

‘The middle represents the god of war and we don’t want to put our women into that space,’ the elder explained. ‘We want to be inclusive, but especially Meghan, because she’s expecting, we don’t want to put her at any risk.’

It was not the Duchess’ first encounter with the Maori language. She won praise after opening a speech on Sunday with the phrase with the words ‘tena koutou katoa’ (‘greetings to all’). 

Harry shrugged off the rain as he spoke to the crowd.

‘The weather forecast was a lot worse than this and we are really fortunate to be here. The rain is a blessing and a reminder of our connection to the land. From my wife, myself and our little bump, it’s a blessing to be here,’ he said. 

‘We bring you greetings from my grandmother.’ 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex step-out from Wellington's Maranui Cafe on day two of the royal tour of New Zealand

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex step-out from Wellington's Maranui Cafe on day two of the royal tour of New Zealand

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex step-out from Wellington’s Maranui Cafe on day two of the royal tour of New Zealand

One royal fan had high hopes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would pat their pug Charlie

One royal fan had high hopes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would pat their pug Charlie

One royal fan had high hopes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would pat their pug Charlie

The couple had spent about 30 minutes inside the cafe at the Maranui Surf Life Saving Club for a morning engagement

The visit to the cafe came on day 14 of the royal couple's whirlwind 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand 

The visit to the cafe came on day 14 of the royal couple's whirlwind 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand 

The visit to the cafe came on day 14 of the royal couple’s whirlwind 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived to meet young people from a number of mental health projects operating in New Zealand

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived to meet young people from a number of mental health projects operating in New Zealand

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived to meet young people from a number of mental health projects operating in New Zealand

Then the Duke – in a black puffer jacket – and the Duchess – in a black Seasalt coat – set out for a walk in the rain, arm-in-arm and sharing an umbrella as they strolled down one of the area’s golden beaches, talking conservation with a ranger.

The Department of Conservation’s Andrew Lamason pointed out a weka – a flightless woodhen that only lives in New Zealand – as they went past, saying the animals were the country’s equivalent of monkeys because of their cheekiness.

Earlier in the day, Harry and Meghan had arrived at a cafe in Wellington, the country’s capital, for the meeting. 

Meghan had stepped-out for the engagement wearing a $420 (£232/US$297) Club Monaco Ellayne Trench in seaweed green, black $199 (£109/US$141) Outland jeans, a Jac and Jack black turtleneck and Stuart Weitzman lace-up boots, with the Maranui Cafe putting on a pregnancy-friendly menu for the mother-to-be.

Hundreds of adoring fans holding signs and flags had lined the streets surrounding the cafe in Lyall Bay to catch a glimpse of the Duke and Duchess. 

The crowd cheered as the royals stepped out from their vehicle holding hands, before they headed inside the cafe at the Maranui Surf Life Saving Club.

Meghan arrived at the Maranui Cafe wearing a grey coat, black turtle neck and black pants, while husband Harry was also in grey

Meghan arrived at the Maranui Cafe wearing a grey coat, black turtle neck and black pants, while husband Harry was also in grey

Meghan arrived at the Maranui Cafe wearing a grey coat, black turtle neck and black pants, while husband Harry was also in grey

Following their visit to the cafe, the royal couple boarded a helicopter for Abel Tasman National Park, where they are expected to take part in an hour-long hike

Following their visit to the cafe, the royal couple boarded a helicopter for Abel Tasman National Park, where they are expected to take part in an hour-long hike

Following their visit to the cafe, the royal couple boarded a helicopter for Abel Tasman National Park, where they are expected to take part in an hour-long hike

The royal couple spent about 30 minutes meeting with some of New Zealand's young mental health advocates

The royal couple spent about 30 minutes meeting with some of New Zealand's young mental health advocates

The royal couple spent about 30 minutes meeting with some of New Zealand’s young mental health advocates

The Duchess of Sussex poured a glass of water for her husband Harry at the morning tea meeting

The Duchess of Sussex poured a glass of water for her husband Harry at the morning tea meeting

The Duchess of Sussex poured a glass of water for her husband Harry at the morning tea meeting

While her husband opted for a glass of water, Meghan chose to pour herself a cup of tea

While her husband opted for a glass of water, Meghan chose to pour herself a cup of tea

While her husband opted for a glass of water, Meghan chose to pour herself a cup of tea

Harry and Meghan heard first-hand how the mental health initiatives in the country are having a positive contribution on young people in New Zealand

Harry and Meghan heard first-hand how the mental health initiatives in the country are having a positive contribution on young people in New Zealand

Harry and Meghan heard first-hand how the mental health initiatives in the country are having a positive contribution on young people in New Zealand

The visit to the Maranui Cafe was the first official engagement of the couple's second day in New Zealand 

The visit to the Maranui Cafe was the first official engagement of the couple's second day in New Zealand 

The visit to the Maranui Cafe was the first official engagement of the couple’s second day in New Zealand 

A group of schoolchildren had lined-up outside the cafe to farewell the royal couple before they departed for their next engagement

A group of schoolchildren had lined-up outside the cafe to farewell the royal couple before they departed for their next engagement

A group of schoolchildren had lined-up outside the cafe to farewell the royal couple before they departed for their next engagement

Mother-to-be Meghan consoles an emotional Joe Young, who had waited outside the cafe alongside other young children

Mother-to-be Meghan consoles an emotional Joe Young, who had waited outside the cafe alongside other young children

Mother-to-be Meghan consoles an emotional Joe Young, who had waited outside the cafe alongside other young children

The Duchess of Sussex, who was holding a bouquet of flowers, spent time chatting to the youngster on Monday morning

The Duchess of Sussex, who was holding a bouquet of flowers, spent time chatting to the youngster on Monday morning

The Duchess of Sussex, who was holding a bouquet of flowers, spent time chatting to the youngster on Monday morning

Prince Harry also chatted to young Joe as the royal couple met with children who had lined-up outside the cafe 

Prince Harry also chatted to young Joe as the royal couple met with children who had lined-up outside the cafe 

Prince Harry also chatted to young Joe as the royal couple met with children who had lined-up outside the cafe 

The other children watched on intently as Prince Harry and wife Meghan consoled the young boy 

The other children watched on intently as Prince Harry and wife Meghan consoled the young boy 

The other children watched on intently as Prince Harry and wife Meghan consoled the young boy 

Meghan accepted a paper New Zealand flag which young Joe had created for the royal couple's visit to the area 

Meghan accepted a paper New Zealand flag which young Joe had created for the royal couple's visit to the area 

Meghan accepted a paper New Zealand flag which young Joe had created for the royal couple’s visit to the area 

Harry – who is the Commonwealth youth ambassador – and Meghan spent about 30 minutes hearing about mental health projects operating in the country and the positive contribution they are having on young people in New Zealand. 

During the warm and free-flowing conversation, the Duke raised the need to normalise conversations around mental health and also spoke about his concerns the effect social media was having on young people.

Meghan wore a ‘1737’ lapel badge, which promoted a local helpline. ‘Everyone needs someone to turn to, right?’ the Duke said, while the Duchess added ‘You’re all doing really excellent work’. 

Co-founder of mental health charity Voices of Hope, Genevieve Mora, who was at the meeting, told stuff the Duke and Duchess are ‘both really nice people, and they seem really happy’. 

‘[Harry] was very interested, they both asked a lot of questions. I talked about my own personal experience, about feeling a lot of shame, and he was really interested to understand why I felt so ashamed about it.’ 

School students later took to the streets to sing a Maori song as they waited for the royal motorcade to leave the cafe, with the Duke and Duchess taking time out of their busy schedule to chat to those who were waiting, including five-year-old Joe Young who had become emotional and was seen wiping away tears.

The cafe’s owner Bronwyn Kelly told Newstalk ZB just prior to the arrival of the royals how staff were excited for the visit, which had come as a pleasant surprise.     

‘We didn’t believe it, we thought it was a fairy tale, for us it was completely out of the blue,’ she said. 

‘Staff from the royal palace when they were doing the pre-planning came to Maranui, they really loved the vibe, the atmosphere and I think that it’s because it’s right beside the beach, it really offered something… that coastal but unique sort of feeling.’

The menu featured items which were carefully planned by Ms Kelly’s business partner and chef, taking into account Meghan was pregnant.  

The royal couple emerged from the cafe after spending about 30 minutes inside chatting to young mental health advocates

The royal couple emerged from the cafe after spending about 30 minutes inside chatting to young mental health advocates

The royal couple emerged from the cafe after spending about 30 minutes inside chatting to young mental health advocates

The cafe was closed to the general public while the royal couple visited on Monday morning 

The cafe was closed to the general public while the royal couple visited on Monday morning 

The cafe was closed to the general public while the royal couple visited on Monday morning 

Meghan wore a dark grey coat paired with a black turtle neck for the morning royal engagement 

Meghan wore a dark grey coat paired with a black turtle neck for the morning royal engagement 

Meghan wore a dark grey coat paired with a black turtle neck for the morning royal engagement 

During the warm and free-flowing conversation, the Duke raised the need to normalise conversations around mental health

During the warm and free-flowing conversation, the Duke raised the need to normalise conversations around mental health

During the warm and free-flowing conversation, the Duke raised the need to normalise conversations around mental health

The Duchess heard how young people were working to make a difference in their community while at the morning tea meeting

Prince Harry also spoke about his concerns the effect social media was having on young people

Prince Harry also spoke about his concerns the effect social media was having on young people

Prince Harry also spoke about his concerns the effect social media was having on young people

The Duchess of Sussex waved to young students who had gathered outside the Wellington cafe following the meeting

The Duchess of Sussex waved to young students who had gathered outside the Wellington cafe following the meeting

The Duchess of Sussex waved to young students who had gathered outside the Wellington cafe following the meeting

Mother-to-be Meghan also shook hands with the schoolchildren, with the youngsters in awe of the Duchess as they greeted her

Mother-to-be Meghan also shook hands with the schoolchildren, with the youngsters in awe of the Duchess as they greeted her

Mother-to-be Meghan also shook hands with the schoolchildren, with the youngsters in awe of the Duchess as they greeted her

One of the students waiting in-line held a bouquet of flowers and waited patiently for a chance to hand them to the Duchess

One of the students waiting in-line held a bouquet of flowers and waited patiently for a chance to hand them to the Duchess

One of the students waiting in-line held a bouquet of flowers and waited patiently for a chance to hand them to the Duchess

Meghan proudly held-up the bouquet of flowers which had been handed to her by one of the schoolchildren 

Meghan proudly held-up the bouquet of flowers which had been handed to her by one of the schoolchildren 

Meghan proudly held-up the bouquet of flowers which had been handed to her by one of the schoolchildren 

The Duke of Sussex took time out of his busy schedule to chat with the young students who lined up to catch a glimpse of the royal couple 

The Duke of Sussex took time out of his busy schedule to chat with the young students who lined up to catch a glimpse of the royal couple 

The Duke of Sussex took time out of his busy schedule to chat with the young students who lined up to catch a glimpse of the royal couple 

The students took a keen interest in what the Duke and Duchess had to say outside the Maranui Cafe

The students took a keen interest in what the Duke and Duchess had to say outside the Maranui Cafe

The students took a keen interest in what the Duke and Duchess had to say outside the Maranui Cafe

Harry and Meghan were all smiles when they met the young schoolchildren in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand 

Harry and Meghan were all smiles when they met the young schoolchildren in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand 

Harry and Meghan were all smiles when they met the young schoolchildren in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand 

About a dozen schoolchildren had lined-up to bid the couple farewell from Lyall Bay, Wellington, where they were attending the morning tea meeting 

About a dozen schoolchildren had lined-up to bid the couple farewell from Lyall Bay, Wellington, where they were attending the morning tea meeting 

About a dozen schoolchildren had lined-up to bid the couple farewell from Lyall Bay, Wellington, where they were attending the morning tea meeting 

The couple left the cafe and headed to an awaiting helicopter which was to fly them to their next engagement for the day 

The couple left the cafe and headed to an awaiting helicopter which was to fly them to their next engagement for the day 

The couple left the cafe and headed to an awaiting helicopter which was to fly them to their next engagement for the day 

The Duke of Sussex waves to the crowd of fans who had lined the streets surrounding the cafe 

The Duke of Sussex waves to the crowd of fans who had lined the streets surrounding the cafe 

The Duke of Sussex waves to the crowd of fans who had lined the streets surrounding the cafe 

The couple board a Royal New Zealand Air Force helicopter in Wellington for a flight to Abel Tasman National Park

The couple board a Royal New Zealand Air Force helicopter in Wellington for a flight to Abel Tasman National Park

The couple board a Royal New Zealand Air Force helicopter in Wellington for a flight to Abel Tasman National Park

The visit to the national park will be the only time the couple will spend on New Zealand's South Island during their tour of the country 

The visit to the national park will be the only time the couple will spend on New Zealand's South Island during their tour of the country 

The visit to the national park will be the only time the couple will spend on New Zealand’s South Island during their tour of the country 

Meghan and Prince Harry were driven to the Wellington military terminal for their short flight across to the wilderness reserve

Meghan and Prince Harry were driven to the Wellington military terminal for their short flight across to the wilderness reserve

Meghan and Prince Harry were driven to the Wellington military terminal for their short flight across to the wilderness reserve

‘She’s been thinking about what to offer, especially with Meghan being pregnant. As it’s just a morning tea it does make it quite simple so we’re just going to offer some really delicious yummy little baking treats, which will offer some good local New Zealand products,’ Ms Kelly had said before the visit.

Leftovers from the morning tea were not put to waste – they were given to the young children who were waiting outside the cafe.  

From the cafe, the couple boarded a Royal New Zealand Air Force helicopter bound for Abel Tasman National Park on New Zealand’s South Island. It is the only time the couple will visit the South Island while in New Zealand.

Following the visit to the wilderness reserve, they will attend a beach barbecue and tree planting with local students.  

Later, Their Royal Highnesses will visit Wellington’s Courtenay Creative for an event celebrating the city’s thriving creative arts scene. 

The couple arrived in New Zealand on Sunday – the latest country on their whirlwind 16-day tour royal tour. 

On Tuesday, Their Royal Highnesses will travel to Auckland, where they will firstly visit the North Shore to dedicate a 20 hectare area of native bush to The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. 

They will then join the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to visit Pillars, a charity operating across New Zealand. 

The Duke and Duchess were greeted by a number of adoring fans as they made their way to the cafe meeting

The Duke and Duchess were greeted by a number of adoring fans as they made their way to the cafe meeting

The Duke and Duchess were greeted by a number of adoring fans as they made their way to the cafe meeting

Fans of the royal couple patiently waited for the pair to arrive at the Wellington cafe on Monday morning

Fans of the royal couple patiently waited for the pair to arrive at the Wellington cafe on Monday morning

Fans of the royal couple patiently waited for the pair to arrive at the Wellington cafe on Monday morning

The royal couple were given a warm welcome when they visited the Maranui in Lyall Bay on Monday morning 

The royal couple were given a warm welcome when they visited the Maranui in Lyall Bay on Monday morning 

The royal couple were given a warm welcome when they visited the Maranui in Lyall Bay on Monday morning 

Royal fans had their cameras at the ready to capture the moment the royal couple emerged from the popular beachside cafe

Royal fans had their cameras at the ready to capture the moment the royal couple emerged from the popular beachside cafe

Royal fans had their cameras at the ready to capture the moment the royal couple emerged from the popular beachside cafe

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