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The Royal couple visited Te Papaiouru marae where the people of Te Arawa tribe gathered on their ancestral meeting place bringing culture, beauty, and history together in an emotional and powerful expression of their respect and welcome.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were given a warm welcome to New Zealand at Government House in Wellington.
Everywhere they appeared in New Zealand, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were showered with gifts both for themselves and their 'baby bump' - from significant cultural pieces to New Zealand art and kiwiana, including a pair of gumboots for the royal baby.
The Duke and Duchess will spend the final day of their tour in Rotorua, New Zealand’s oldest tourist destination. First stop was at Te Papaiouru Marae, for a formal pōwhiri and luncheon, before heading to Rainbow Springs to learn more about kiwi conservation and the Redwoods Forest to experience the Treewalk through the canopy.
Aotearoa New Zealand has welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as only New Zealand can do it.
Rainbow Springs opened Kiwi Encounter in 2004, the largest and most successful kiwi hatching facility in the world. One of New Zealand's highlights if you are a wildlife lover.
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