Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are on day 14 of their 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific.
They have rarely let go of each other's hands while meeting crowds on tour, and in one moment in Dubbo, Meghan was seen holding up an umbrella for Harry to shield him from the rain.
"There wasn't too much of a rivalry", Isabella Iti, 10, said after the gumboot toss.
He then corrected himself and said: "It was in 2007 when we had Prince Andrew here!" She was so lovely and kind about it all despite being rushed. "She would tell me to do well at university and encourage me to be myself". Both were adorned by feathered cloaks gifted to them by the marae and Meghan also wore a carved greenstone necklace given to her by the country's governor general.
"And having a child is obviously a massive part of their life but they're not going to make it the number one part of their life, it's about them as a family, as a unit".
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The couple were pictured enjoying breakfast at the Lyall Bay café, before making their way outside to meet a line of young children who had patiently waited for the royals all morning.
A 6.1 magnitude natural disaster felt by thousands of people in New Zealand did not disrupt the schedule of the couple, who are on the final leg of a Pacific tour that has included Australia, Fiji and Tonga.
Mr Maxwell said in Maori that the Duchess was just like Pihanga, a mountain in the region known for its beauty.
Prince Harry gave a speech on Tuesday night during a reception at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
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