Prince Harry and former Suits actress Meghan met with New Zealand Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges at Government House in Wellington.
Harry and Meghan met the New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern before heading to an evening reception hosted by the Governor-General Patsy Reddy.
The duchess wore necklace in a traditional Maori design and her long brunette hair was loose around her shoulders and styles in loose waves.
Her dress was by Gabriela Hearst and featured an off-the-shoulder strap.
Gabriela Hearst is a Uruguayan born, New York based, women's luxury Ready-to-wear and accessories designer.
In addition to designing her namesake collection, she runs and operates her family's ranch in Uruguay
Prince Harry also looked dapper for the occasion.
He was dressed smartly in a dark suit and tie.
Both Harry and Meghan wore poppies pinned to their outfits - with Harry wearing a large one, and Meghan and much smaller version.
Duchess Meghan gave her third speech of the tour at the reception.
“We are proud to be able to join you tonight in celebrating the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in your country," she said.