The royal couple is visiting Auckland today
An earthquake recently beaten and was It feels widely throughout New Zealand, but neither Harry nor Meghan is believed to be in danger.
It is not believed that Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex are injured or affected by the magnitude 6.2 earthquake as they continue their actual itinerary as planned.
The royal couple is scheduled to attend a reception hosted by the New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, at the Auckland War Museum.
Then they will take a walk at approximately 4 pm local time (3:00 am GMT).
The real couple also participated in a rubber boot. launching – or – the contest – and met with representatives of Pilares charity.
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Update of 4.51 am: Prince Harry has delivered a speech at the charity Pillars
Addressing young award winners, he said: "You are outstanding young people, and I know you will take this opportunity to create exciting futures for you and to act as role models for others."
"To the whole community of Pilares, thanks again."
His comments were greeted with enthusiastic applause from the audience.
4.35am update: Harry and Meghan handle the crowd as professionals
The royal couple have used their typical grace to handle the crowds gathered in Auckland.
Many of the fans have given gifts to the couple, from flowers to little messages.
Viewers waved flags of a number of Commonwealth nations, including Wales and Botswana.
Both Meghan and Harry smiled throughout the ride, showing their professionalism and style for public interaction.
Prince Harry gave a speech to young prize-winners.
Meghan Markle received a bouquet of flowers from a girl in a sweet princess dress.
Meghan and Harry have been walking in Auckland, New Zealand
The Duchess of Sussex suffered a rapid change of clothes
Prince Harry greets his fans in Auckland
Fans with masks with the faces of Prince Harry of Great Britain and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
Prince Harry greets people during a public walk on the Viaduct Harbor in Auckland
4.17am update: Meghan and Harry have arrived at Harbor Viaduct for his walk
They have met with admirers and members of the public.
Meghan put on a beautiful nude dress with a large matching trench coat, combined with striking bare stilettos, as she walked confidently through the harbor.
Prince Harry wore a navy blue suit and a blue shirt with the top button unbuttoned.
The protuberance of Meghan's baby is starting to stand out as her pregnancy grows.
Update of 3.24 am: The royal couple is on the way to Harbor Viaduct for the ride
Crowds of Royal enthusiastic fans are waiting to see, and maybe even meet the royal couple.
Meghan was caught through the window of a car while dazzling and headed for the next engagement.
The duo had just met the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern.
The Royals have come to Viaduct Harbor to walk
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex cradled her baby punch
The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex had lunch with the NZ PM
The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, met with the Royals for lunch.
Meghan on her way to the ride.
Update at 3:00 am: Harry and Meghan meet the Kiwi PM
Prince Harry and Meghan reconnected with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at Pillars, a charity that operates throughout New Zealand and supports children who have a father in prison through special counseling plans in Auckland.
A special girl, probably in her best princess dress, gave Meghan flowers.
Update at 2:30 a.m. An earthquake of magnitude 6.2 has affected New Zealand
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were more than 150 miles away from the epicenter of the earthquake.
Fortunately, the real newlyweds do not seem to be in danger because of the tremor even though it is felt throughout the country.
The earthquake occurred near New Plymouth, New Zealand, just 162 miles from where the royal couple is spending the third day of the New Zealand stage on their tour.
Meghan was surprised while taking refuge under an umbrella
Prince Harry speaks while Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, watches.
Update of 2.16 am: the children have acted for the Duke and the Duchess
A group of schoolchildren showed up for the royal couple before they revealed an area of 20 hectares of shrubs dedicated to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy.
The children danced and waved with waterproof coats with hoods while the rain fell.
The dance came shortly after Harry and Meghan released the Bush area and Harry received a traditional Maori welcome.
Update at 2.06 am: Harry receives a welcome "Hongi"
The Duke of Sussex received a Hongi while attending the dedication of an area of shrubs to the Canopy of the Commonwealth Queen.
The traditional Maori greeting, the Hongi, is performed by pressing the nose and forehead, at the same time, to another person.
It is used in traditional meetings between Maori and in important ceremonies and has a purpose similar to a formal handshake.
Schoolchildren greet and dance for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
The Duke and the Duchess discovered a plaque in a dedication of an area of shrubs to the Commonwealth
The Duke of Sussex received a traditional Maori welcome
Update of 1.40 am: A crowd is waiting in Auckland for the Duke and Duchess
Harry and Meghan are attending a private lunch before heading to the Auckland harbor for a walk.
Eager fans are waiting in the pouring rain for their real idols to make their appearance.
The heavy rain has not deterred New Zealand's most enthusiastic real spectators from becoming effective, dressed in raincoats and ponchos.
Prince Harry endured the drizzle as a good sport
Images of the Duchess have emerged at her first official tree planting ceremony.
Update of 1.17 am: the October meteorological strikes in Auckland
Both the duke and the duchess took refuge under the same umbrella in a lovely show of affection while the rain was raining.
Harry was also interrupted by helping his wife over a puddle while he squeezed her hand tightly.
Both the duke and the duchess changed quickly to put on a more appropriate outfit when putting on waterproof coats before a game of "very well done", which Meghan won.
Meghan looked awesome as always in her black gets up
Harry and Meghan took shelter under an umbrella while sharing the rain
Prince Harry helps his wife in a puddle in a sign of his cavalry
Summary of 12.55 am: Meghan and Harry are now on the third day of their New Zealand stage of the tour
Later, today, the mother and future father will take a walk through the Viaduct Harbor and learn about Pillars, a charity that supports children who have an imprisoned father.
Then they will attend a reception hosted by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
The couple will dedicate an area of 20 hectares of the north coast to the project of Queen & # 39; s Commonwealth Canopy.
Update of 12.39 a.m. The duke and the duchess have planted a tree
Duchess Meghan planted a New Zealand kōwhai tree, which is one of the kiwi's distinctive flowers.
Meghan chose emblematic flowers to be embroidered on her wedding veil to represent New Zealand.
Harry planted a puriri tree that can grow up to 20 meters high.
According to reports, it is the first time that Meghan attends an official tree planting ceremony.
Meghan planted a New Zealand kōwhai tree, which is one of the kiwi's distinctive flowers.
Meghan and Harry can be seen planting a tree.
Update of 12.30 am: the royal couple has received baby gifts
The duke and the duchess received some adorable gifts for the most recent arrival to the royal family, Baby Sussex.
The nice offers included a pair of green waterproof boots (the size of a small child) decorated with kiwis and a New Zealand wool baby shawl.
The royal newlyweds were also given a green stone necklace to each, which both wore with a smile.
The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex laugh after participating in a contest of "fangs of well-being"
Update at 12.15: Meghan wears J Crew jeans and a jacket by Karen Walker
The duchess exudes her refinement of the usual fashion with an elegant and discreet style.
She has chosen to wear a pair of tight jeans and a black waterproof anorak to protect her precious cargo from the inclement weather of New Zealand.
Harry and Meghan have arrived in Redvale, New Zealand, where they will dedicate an area of 20 hectares of North Shore to the Queen & # 39; s Commonwealth Canopy project before they join the children of the Trees in Survival group to welcome them.
Update of 12.10 am: the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex have participated in a "well done" contest
The sport, which is believed to have originated in the United Kingdom now adopted by New Zealand, makes competitors try to throw a Wellington boot as far as possible.
Both Harry and Meghan tried their luck with the youngsters, with the Duchess's boots landing closer to the target and her team winning in general.
The Royals seemed relaxed in the lush New Zealand countryside flanked by anxious youngsters while enjoying the fun and games.
The Duchess of Sussex launches a wellie as part of a "good friends" contest
The Duke of Sussex, participates in a & # 39; welly wanging & # 39; during a visit to Redvale
The royal couple attended the opening of The Queen & Commonwealth Canopy in Redvale
Harry and Meghan were wearing sturdy boots to protect themselves from the humid climate
12.01am update: Meghan and Harry have arrived in Auckland
The royal couple has enjoyed a walk together hand in hand.
They both put on sturdy wellies while attending the opening of The Queen & Commonwealth Canopy in Redvale.
Harry wore an elegant long jacket and Meghan looked smart in black jeans and a navy blue jacket with buttons to cover the baby's protrusion.