The multi-talented duchess put her photography skills to work, as she snapped a black-and-white picture of her husband rehearsing on stage.
Meghan has attracted plenty of attention for her simple-but-chic looks on the tour of her 16-day tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji and even wore a piece from her pal Serena Williams' fashion line.
Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan arrived in New Zealand on Sunday for the final leg of their Pacific tour, their first global Royal tour since marrying in May.
Earlier in the day, the couple had received a traditional welcome to New Zealand when they rubbed noses with Maori elders on the grounds of Government House.
After arriving in New Zealand, Prince Harry and Meghan had another action-packed day ahead of them.
Thousands joined Daphne at the Opera House hoping to catch a glimpse of the couple, although most viewed the occasion through their camera phones.
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Meghan's proud wife moment also marks her first official photo to social media post-royalty.
The country's most famous suffragette was born in Liverpool, and emigrated to New Zealand with her family in 1868.
"I said, "It's really nice to meet you", and then we gave her the brooch".
Meghan paid a moving tribute to the bravery of all the athletes involved in this year's Invictus Games in an emotional speech, sharing a treasured memory with the crowd in Sydney.
Greta Crowe, 11, said she told the couple that the best part of being a girl guide was getting to meet them.
Harry and Meghan's itinerary over the following three days includes a hike and barbecue in the Abel Tasman National Park at the top of the South Island, a reception with Ardern at Auckland War Memorial Museum and a visit to the popular North Island tourist resort of Rotorua.
The couple are due to arrive on the same plane as a number of competitors returning from Sydney's Invictus Games, which Harry founded in 2014.