Meghan Markle wore a stylish cobalt blue Givenchy short-sleeve sweater with a knit skirt and suede, navy heels.
While leaving the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland alongside Prince Harry on Tuesday Meghan spotted a familiar face in the crowed and walked on over to say hi.
Then it was time to meet the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern. During the ceremony, Harry delivered a touching speech where he spoke of the "joys" of meeting "so many young New Zealanders" during their trip.
Ms Sergel, who co-founded the Twitter fan account Meghan Markle Daily, said this was the first time the two had met in person.
After spotting Hannah in the crowds, Meghan rushed over to hug her.
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Meghan's Korowai was custom created for her visit by Norma Sturley, 66, an elder of the Ngati Whakaue tribe.
Day 15 of the Duke and Duchess' royal tour was jam packed with engagements and special moments. Inspired by Meghan's own passion for female entrepreneurs, the little girl said that the LA native told her to "keep doing what you're doing!"
The New Zealand Pounamu necklace in a Maori design by Kiri Nathan was gifted to her by NZ Governor General Patsy Reddy.
The 37-year-old even sent Hannah a video message in 2016, personally thanking her for her support. On Sunday, the Duchess wore a white tuxedo dress by New Zealand designer Maggie Marilyn during an event in Wellington.