Markle's silk Givenchy wedding dress and veil, as well as the diamond-and-platinum tiara loaned to her by Queen Elizabeth II, are included.
"That was incredible. I'm shaking so much", Sergel said.
However, experts are advising that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shouldn't rush to conceive again too soon after welcoming their first tot (s).
He said: "Thank you for the handsome cloak you have so kindly gifted to myself and the duchess".
Later that day, Meghan covered up her baby bump in a black puffer jacket as she and Prince Harry walked hand in hand as they were given a tour of the redwood trees in the Whakarewarewa Forest.
"We would comment on each others photos, she would send messages that were encouraging me and things along those lines". Harry reportedly said in the exhibit.
There, the couple split off and each led a team of cheering children in a competition to see who could throw a rubber rainboot - known locally as a "gumboot" - the farthest.
While Meghan tragically doesn't have an Instagram anymore (not that she really needs one, with cameras following her constantly), once upon a time, she was a regular Chatty Cathy on the platform. Additionally, the Duchess closed her remarks by quoting Kate Sheppard, one of the New Zealand women's suffrage movement's key figures: "All that separates - whether of race, class, creed or sex - is inhuman and must be overcome".
He said: "It is fitting that New Zealand's contribution to the Canopy has been through its relationship with the QEII National Trust". Since then, almost four-and-a-half thousand covenants have been registered through the Trust.
"And as I learned in the vehicle there are no incentives; farmers are doing this because it's the right thing to do".
And before the day was over, there was some happy news for the royal couple.
While walking along the city's Viaduct Harbour, Meghan was spotted by the young girl, Hannah, and she quickly walked over to chat and give her a hug.