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October 28, Wellington

Harry and Meghan will land in Wellington about 3pm local time, and will be headed to Pukeahu National War Memorial Park.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior and visit the UK War Memorial before meeting members of the public.

Afterwards, the couple are headed to an official dinner.

October 29, Wellington/ Abel Tasman National Park

The royals will start their day with breakfast at Lyall Bay’s Marenui Cafe, before heading to Abel Tasman National Park.

There, the pair will go for a bush walk and have a barbeque on the beach.

During their time in Wellington, Harry and Meghan will also visit Courtenay Creative – an exhibition, rehearsal, testing and event space in the centre of Wellington city.

October 30, Auckland

The royal couple will have a packed schedule on Tuesday. They will join in on a gumboot throwing contest, visit the Auckland Museum and meet with representatives from the Pillars charity – an organisation that helps the children of prisoners.

When Harry and Meghan wed, the New Zealand government donated $5,000 to Pillars in lieu of a gift.

In the late afternoon, the couple will walk around the Viaduct Harbour for a public meet and greet.

October 31, Rotorua

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will spend their final day in New Zealand surrounded by its stunning natural beauty.

The couple will visit the Redwoods Treewalk, Rainbow Springs, Te Papaiouru Marae and Government Gardens.

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