The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived to Rotorua, a town set on Lake Rotorua, renowned for its geothermal activity and Maori culture, on Wednesday, Australia time.
For the final day of their two-week engagements, Meghan, 37, looked chic in a navy Stella McCartney dress with matching heels, and her hair swept in an updo. The pregnant duchess completed the look with a traditional New Zealand jade necklace by Maori designer Kiri Nathan, which was carved by Jason Nathan.
Harry, 34, on his end, looked dapper in a light gray suit. Upon arriving at Te Papaiouru Marae, for a formal pōwhiri and luncheon in their honor, the royal couple was given traditional robes for the occasion.
Harry and Meghan also took the time to greet the crowd and chat with young kids who stopped by to see the royal twosome. They also watched a special performance, welcoming them to the town.
Following this engagement, the pair will head to Rainbow Springs to learn more about the center's kiwi breeding program. Kiwi, which is New Zealand’s national bird, have become increasingly endangered in recent years, and Meghan and Harry will meet conservationists working to protect the species. They will also have the opportunity to name two young kiwi chicks at Rainbow Springs.
Later, they will head into the city for the chance to meet members of the public and then travel to Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua to learn more about the forest’s history. Meghan and Harry will return to Auckland before departing for London the following day.