The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will travel downunder on October 16, touring around Australia and the Pacific before arriving in New Zealand on October 28.
They'll arrive in Wellington and be greeted off the plane by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
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In a statement this morning, PM Jacinda Ardern spoke about about the couples trip to NZ saying:
"The Duke and Duchess have a particular interest in youth, mental health and conservation, and they will have the opportunity to meet many New Zealanders working in those important areas, while also getting to enjoy some of our unique environment,
“I know many New Zealanders are looking forward to welcoming the Duke and Duchess back to Aotearoa, their first time here together. It’s exciting that Their Royal Highnesses are using their time in New Zealand to highlight the important issues of mental health and conservation."
The important question though, when can we meet the couple? or atleast see them in person?
Prince Harry and Meghan will have two public appearances that everyone's welcome to head along to. After they've touched down in Wellington October 28th, the public will be able to meet the royal couple, with a public walkabout scheduled for Memorial Park.
The second chance will then be October 30th in Auckland as the Duke and Duchess walk along the Viaduct before heading to a reception hosted by Jacinda Ardern at Auckland's War Memorial Museum.
They'll wrap up their tour with a trip to Rotorua, where they'll visit Te Papaiouru Marae and Rainbow Springs to learn about the centre's kiwi breeding programme.
They'll then have their final public engagement of the trip, meeting members of the public in Rotorua that evening.
Prince Harry and Meghan will travel back to Auckland that night, and fly out to London the following day.