Kate is known for repeating outfits, even recycling the look she wore to Harry and Meghan's May Royal Wedding.
Yesterday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave the Duke and Duchess of Sussex personal gifts on their visit to Government House, including music from the popular Kiwi drum and bass band Shapeshifter.
During her speech, Markle applauded the event for its many contributions to society.
With the salty spread in hand, the Duke and Duchess continued their way along the wharf, stopping to greet a toddler holding a plush toy and to inspect what sounds it makes before chatting with a bunch of schoolgirls skipping class for the royal visit.
At Government House, a group of children got to meet the royal couple.
Joe Young, five, was on the end of the line of pupils and rubbed his eyes as the royal visitors approached.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
In front of an auditorium filled with 200 Pillars mentors, family and friends, Harry said: "Both Meghan and I are thrilled to be able to spend time with you during our first visit to Auckland together.
Harry and Meghan have none of that, and seem ambitious about forging their own paths". "I am proud to be a woman and a feminist", she said during a 2015 International Women's Day speech, a quote that now lives on her official royal biography page.
The duchess touched the boys hand. "Congratulations, I hope it's a girl!" the well-wisher said.
"She used to follow me [on Instagram] and we'd have conversations before she had to deactivate it, " Hannah told 9Honey.
The former "Suits" star spoke about the wider change this has brought for feminism in the modern day, as she said the actions of the past have made way for the fight for "the basic and fundamental human rights of all people".
Rewa Ririnui, eight, said: "The most unbelievable thing ever happened to me".
Despite the dramatic headline in The Express, it tells a fairly straightforward explanation of the natural disaster, which includes this tweet from Olivia Allison, "Holy crap we just had an epic quake in palmy".
Harry, in a black puffer jacket, and Meghan, in a black Seasalt jacket, then joined DoC ranger Andrew Lamason for a stroll along the yellow-sand beach, the royal couple arm in arm, sharing an umbrella.