The Duke and Duchess and Sussex have been given many gift from adoring fans during their tour in New Zealand, but this giant bouquet takes the cake for many hilarious reasons.

Not only is this bouquet the most extravagant gift given to the royals so far, but it left many entertained as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and two NZ police officers struggled to handle the mighty bouquet.

An Auckland fan gave the massive arrangement to Ardern to pass on to Meghan. During this time, the Prime Minister is seen trying to hold herself up with a giant smile on her face.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern struggles under the weight of a huge bouquet of flowers as Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, meet the public in Auckland's Viaduct yesterday. Photo / Getty Images
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern struggles under the weight of a huge bouquet of flowers as Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, meet the public in Auckland's Viaduct yesterday. Photo / Getty Images

Two police officers were required to step in and carry the seemingly heavy bunch of flowers, but even they had trouble holding it upright between them.

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Taking to Twitter, Jamie Samhan shared a video of the scene, saying: "Meanwhile ... these officers aren't sure how to handle this bouquet of flowers", while another added: "That's someone's whole garden right there."

Meghan has been given many flowers during the royal couple's 2018 tour.

While in Australia, a newsreader gave Meghan a bouquet of flowers and Harry was "not impressed".

Among the crowd was Nova 969 newsreader Matt de Groot, whom breakfast hosts Fitzy and Wippa had tasked with gifting the $500 bunch of flowers to the parents-to-be.

"You can't give flowers that big to my wife, what is that all about?" Harry joked, pointing a finger in mock anger at de Groot.

Prince Harry and Meghan are on their final day of their tour in New Zealand.