The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have staved off the cold with a hearty barbeque lunch while visiting Abel Tasman National Park today.
The royals were welcomed onto the park with kaumatua, who invited the pair to hongi.
Next, they were joined for tea with local school students and the park's youth ambassadors.
A planned tree planting, which was to take place after lunch, was cancelled due to the rain.
However, Prince Harry and Meghan was in high spirits as they spoke with the students and youth ambassadors.
The hearty meal followed a walk with one of the park's rangers.
While there, the Duke and Duchess learned about the history of the forest and the environmental challenges of protecting the park's habitat.
Next, the royal couple took a stroll along the beach while sharing an umbrella.
Later, Prince Harry and Meghan left the park in an RNZDF helicopter.