Like she did in Auckland the day before, Meghan gave a special hug to one young royal fan allowing her through the barricade. She was so lovely and kind about it all despite being rushed.
"There wasn't too much of a rivalry", Isabella Iti, 10, said after the gumboot toss.
Meghan looked chic as usual in a Stella McCartney dress which she paired with Manolo Blahnik heels and her traditional Maori cloak which she and her husband were both presented with. I didn't know what to do and kind of just freaked out.
Sergel told media she had followed the duchess on Instagram after watching Suits.
"I didn't expect her to even know who I was at all, I'm just so blown away by everything that happened". But, in between the fun and games and official royal duties Meghan and Harry broke unofficial royal protocol again by indulging in a bit of PDA.
"She encouraged me to do what I love and be the best version of myself I can be", she said.
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"She was always so kind about anything mental health-related and encouraging when it came to my education".
Mrs Ardern was also on hand to comfort the overwhelmed young woman after the royal encounter.
"We wanted to give the royal couple a taste of rural New Zealand, and there's nothing more quintessentially Kiwi than a gumboot throw!" he said.
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Despite the rainy weather, the duke and duchess - who are set to welcome their first baby in the spring of 2019 - spent a lot of time graciously meeting fans who had been waiting for them since the early morning.