For their final stop, the royal couple visited Rotorua's Te Papaiouru marae - a sacred meeting house in Polynesian societies - where they participated in a traditional Māori welcoming ceremony called a pōwhiri.
The pair will depart New Zealand tomorrow morning. After travelling to Fiji and Tonga the royal duo finished their hugely successful visit in New Zealand. They got to name two of the center's three-day old chicks, giving them the indigenous names, "Koha" meaning gift, and Tihei, from the Māori saying 'tihei mauriora, ' meaning 'the sneeze of life'. During the meet and greet, the Duchess of Sussex pulled a small girl from the crowd and gave her a hug.
Prince William and Prince Harry with their wives Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
They were "absolutely buzzing" afterwards and said the Duke and Duchess were "very nice".
For the last day of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's whirlwind royal tour, the Duchess of Sussex kept her final look sleek and comfortable for a forest walk through the Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua in New Zealand.
Despite her impressive performance, Meghan would need to train hard to match former Commonwealth decathlete Brent Newdick, who once reportedly threw his welly 48.5 metres only to be disqualified because he was not a local.
We're well used to the royal couple breaking royal protocol so it was no surprise that the Duchess took a selfie with a fellow mama-to-be.