Like she did in Auckland the day before, Meghan gave a special hug to one young royal fan allowing her through the barricade. She's got all the cheap secrets to successfully flying across the globe, understands the need for travel-specific beauty products, and loves to rock a comfy walking shoe.
"That was incredible. I'm shaking so much", Sergel said.
It is possible that Meghan's "malfunction" was merely the Duchess getting in on the sheer dress trend that is a current staple in Hollywood - but a see-through skirt is not something Queen Elizabeth would likely approve.
'I suspect this is what is happening here and the fabric is thick heavily woven piece creating a camera strobe and the illusion its sheer'.
"I didn't expect her to even know who I was at all, I'm just so blown away by everything that happened". Harry and Meghan will meet with those working to protect the special species, and will also be given the opportunity to name two kiwi chicks.
"[Mostly it was] just small talk about what was going on in my life really".
She had written Meghan a letter, which thanked her for using her public platform for good, she said.
Free Maori language courses often report being booked out and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said her infant daughter Neve Te Aroha will learn the language alongside English.
Cape Town - The Duke and Duchess of Sussex completed the final engagement of their 16-day tour to Australia, Fiji and Tonga, and New Zeal with a walk through Redwoods forest near Rotorua on Wednesday.