Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex have arrived in Auckland for their third day of engagements in New Zealand.
The Duchess, her hair tied back in a ponytail, is braving the rain at Redvale on the North Shore in J Crew Toothpick jeans, a Karen Walker blazer and Swanndri gumboots.
The Karen Walker Fathom Jacket, in dark navy, retails for $575.00 and is described on the Karen Walker website as: "The perfect year-round jacket."
It certainly played its part today, as the Duchess secured victory in a 'welly wanging' competition by hurling a red and white gumboot.
She and the Duke also helped plant native trees after dedicating 20 ha of native bush to The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy.
Both the Swanndri Muck Boot Women's Reign Tall Equestrian Inspired Boot sported by the Duchess, and the Swanndri Muck Boot Unisex Chore Slip & Oil Resistant Work Gumboot that Prince Harry is wearing, retail for $199.95.
The Duke also wore an olive-coloured wool Club Monaco topcoat he's been seen in before, however it is no longer available on the Club Monaco website.
Meanwhile, Kiwi jewellery designer Boh Runga has delightedly revealed on Instagram that Prime Minister Jacinda Arden gifted Meghan a pair of Runga's earrings, which the Duchess is also wearing today.