While all eyes have been on Meghan Markle's stunning ensembles, including dresses by Australian designers Zimmermann, Dion Lee and Martin Grant, during their first official couple's trip to Australia and the Pacific, Harry has been looking sharp in every suit he wears.
The pair took a stroll on the nearby golden-sand beach, with Harry wearing a black puffer jacket and Meghan in a black Seasalt coat.
Meghan had the Queen in stitches during their joint engagement.
Although her pronunciation was not ideal Meghan's efforts were warmly received by New Zealanders, who themselves are learning the language in record high numbers.
Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP Harry and Meghan at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park on Sunday.
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A moment many Kiwis had been waiting for eventuated right as they were due to be ushered away, with Harry gifted a buzzy bee toy for their impending arrival.
The Duchess of Sussex received a big cheer when she opened a speech about women's suffrage in New Zealand in indigenous Maori.
In her first speech of the 16-day tour - and her first as a royal - Meghan spoke about recognising the "vital" right of women and girls in developing countries to be educated.
The Duke and Duchess meet with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, addresses a reception hosted by the Governor-General celebrating the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand at Government House in Wellington.
In the speech, which has been widely lauded on social media for its emphasis on feminism and female empowerment, Markle praised New Zealand for being the first country in the world to give women the right to vote in 1893.
The couple also met with National Party leader Simon Bridges and his wife Natalie.