Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are making the best out of the time they have left on their royal tour.
The Duchess of Sussex was no stranger to the spotlight before heading to Oceania with her husband on their first royal tour together.
Hannah Sergel had exchanged messages with the duchess in 2016, with the then Meghan Markle sending the student encouraging messages as she was starting university.
"I said to Meghan "try to keep it forward and not too high".
"We would comment on each others photos, she would send messages that were encouraging me and things along those lines".More news: World's biggest statue sparks anger with poverty hit farmers
Taking to Instagram, Hannah shared snaps of Meghan's surprised face after seeing her in the crowd as well as the warm hug they shared.
The latest news comes after Meghan and Harry took part in a gumboot-throwing competition on Monday, with the duchess beating her husband to be crowned the royal victor.
During the visit, the duke praised New Zealand for its commitment to the QCC - an initiative which promotes the conservation of forests.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were visiting a conservation area north of Auckland that had been set aside as part of a Commonwealth initiative to honour Queen Elizabeth's 66 years on the British throne. She isn't the first royal to rock skinny jeans while pregnant: Kate Middleton famously wore skinny jeans when she was eight months pregnant. 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.
Earlier in the day, the couple went on their last walkabout and greeted thousands of fans lined up along the streets of Rotorua. At one point, the duchess was snapped cradling her growing baby bump as she arrived at the event.