The royals are coming!
But with Harry and Meghan expecting a baby of their own in Spring next year, it has been reported that plans are being put in place for a formal division of the royal household, and the creation of separate courts to reflect the couples' increasingly different responsibilities.
They will also visit Auckland and Abel Tasman National Park. Read on, for their detailed itinerary.
Philippe Gildas en quelques dates
Encore sous les drapeaux, il doit choisir dans l'urgence un pseudonyme un soir où il prend l'antenne pour boucher un trou. En 1969, il suit à l'ORTF Pierre Desgraupes pour monter la rédaction de la première chaîne.
"But they're actually getting out and about and meeting with grass-roots people".
They travelled from Sydney on an RNZAF aircraft with the country's Invictus Games team and were met with a powhiri at Government House before laying a wreath at Pukeahu National War Memorial.
The nation of 4.8 million is the final stop on the couple's busy 16-day tour of Australia and the Pacific.
There was loud applause as Meghan began a speech in the evening - at a reception celebrating the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand - with the words "tena koutou katoa" ("greetings to all", in Maori). The pregnant Duchess quickly walked over to the girl, greeted her and held her hands as onlookers swarmed around them. "They've been on a big tour so we want it to be relaxed when they come to see us". They'll do this at the North Shore's Queen's Commonwealth Canopy between 11.45 and 12.45. Our Government donated $5000 to Pillars as a wedding present to the royal couple.
They told Te Kāea "It's not everyday you get the chance to see a royal so we thought it would be a good opportunity and experience for our daughter".
During the reception, a supportive Harry toasting with water at tonight's reception with Fijian prime minister.