The pregnant Duchess wore a Club Monaco trench coat, a matching Jac and Jack top, black pair of Outland jeans teamed with a very chic pair of military black suede Stuart Weitzman Veruka Boot as she and Prince Harry tour Wellington.
They met with locals at Maranui Cafe to discuss mental health projects in the country.
Hundreds of fans headed to the area to see the royal couple - cheering when they stepped out holding hands.
Harry - who is the Commonwealth youth ambassador - and his wife spent half an hour discussing the mental health projects operating in the country and the impressive work they've done with the young people of New Zealand.
Meghan sipped on peppermint tea and enjoyed the locally made cakes, before requesting the leftovers be given to the waiting kids, outside.
School students then treated the parent-to-be with a Maori song.
Later today they'll travel to Abel Tasman National Park, before enjoying a beach barbecue with school children.
This evening they'll return to Wellington for an encounter with young people.