Prince Harry and Meghan arrived in Wellington Sunday to start the last leg of their 16-day, four-nation tour after attending the closing ceremony of the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney.
Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan were treated to a ceremonial welcome in New Zealand on Sunday where they arrived for the final leg of their Pacific tour, their first international royal tour since marrying in May.
A large crowed gathered to catch a glimpse Queen Elizabeth's grandson and his wife and the couple spent time meeting and shaking hands with cheering fans before leaving.
Harry and Meghan rubbed noses with Maori leaders in a traditional "hongi" greeting and were welcomed by a "haka", a centuries-old tribal war dance, to salute and honour them. A 21-gun salute was also sounded.
Meghan wore a brown chequered coat and a simple black dress, while Harry was in a dark grey suit. Both had remembrance poppy pins on their chests.
The royal couple, who have already visited Australia, Fiji and Tonga, were received at Wellington airport by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
The official welcome ceremony took place on the lawns of Government House - the residence of the Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy.