MEGHAN and Harry said goodbye to New Zealand on the final day on their tour Down Under.
The royals met Maoris, held new born kiwi chicks, greeted crowds of royal fans and walked through giant redwood trees as their 16-day trip came to an end.
Meghan arrived in the morning looking stunning in a royal blue Stella McCartney dress worth £2,159 and stiletto heels.
She was given a pheasant-feather 'cloak of protection' to look after her during pregnancy, by Maori elders.
They told her she "represents strong values for women. She displays love and is a great leader."
The sun was shining as the Royal pair visited the picturesque town of Rotorua.
Meghan was also given a Maori green-stone necklace made of jade, which was tied around her neck.
Both royals wore Remembrance Day poppies.
The Duke of Sussex was handed a carved Maori weapon called a tewhatewha, with a point at one end and an axe at the other.
Local councillor Trevor Maxwell quipped: "I am sure you are going to Twickenham when the All Blacks play England on November 11 - make sure you don't take that."
The ceremony was conducted in Maori and the only English words, "little bump", were directed at Meghan to laughter.
Inside the Tamatekapua Meeting House the group sung folk songs about their history.
Harry told the hosts in Maori: "Thank you for the beautiful cloak you have so kindly gifted to myself and the duchess.
"We appreciate the skill of the weavers who made it, and the aroha (compassion) that has gone into its creation.
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