After 16 days of engagements, greetings, hugs and fantastic fashion choices, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – have completed their royal tour Down Under.
The couple finished off their visit to New Zealand on Oct. 31 with a trip to Rotorua where they emerged hand-in-hand from a forest of century-old redwoods.
And before the day was over, there was some happy news for the royal couple.
Harry and Meghan officially became godparents!
Yes, earlier in the day the couple headed to a kiwi breeding programme where they were given the change to name two adorable chicks.
The Duke and Duchess opted for the names Tihei, meaning sneeze of life, and Koha, meaning gift.
Awwww…. Our hearts can’t stand it!
From there, the couple took part in their last walkabout of the tour in Rotorua with hundreds of people heading out to see the couple before they headed to Redwoods Tree Walk.
Harry and Meghan will return to Auckland this evening, before departing for London on Nov. 1.