Rain, wind and even an quake did not dampen the enthusiasm of New Zealanders who turned out to see Prince Harry and wife Meghan toss gumboots around on Tuesday.
"From myself, my wife and our little bump, we are so grateful to be here", Harry said upon arriving at Abel Tasman National Park in New Zealand over the weekend. "Congratulations, I hope it's a girl!" the well-wisher said.
Stand up for your lady, Prince Harry - we support you! As you can watch in the video below shared by Sergel on Twitter, Meghan's mouth dropped open upon seeing Sergel, she ran right over to her, and declared, "Oh, my gosh!"
She said Harry responded, "What, waiting around at Government House in the cold?" and the couple both laughed. 'I chose to be quite blunt and asked three times, "Can I get a photo, can I get a photo?",' she said.
Yesterday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave the Duke and Duchess of Sussex personal gifts on their visit to Government House, including music from the popular Kiwi drum and bass band Shapeshifter.
They'll later attend a reception at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
William and Harry are contemplating splitting their joint royal household and going it alone, according to reports.
Monica Mercury, deputy principal at the school said, "I'm a huge fan of Harry and I always wanted him to share his insane life with someone and he finally found someone so I'm really happy for him".
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on their wedding day.
They will also meet some of the park's youth ambassadors and local school children at a barbecue lunch for a tree planting.
At today's event, Kate channelled inspiration from her new sister-in-law as she wore a blazer and skinny jeans reminiscent of Meghan's wardrobe.