Your day begins with a visit to the Maranui Café in the capital of the country, where you will meet young people dealing with mental health problems.
You will then head to the Abel Tasman National Park, a nature reserve on the north end of New Zealand's South Island, known for its natural beauty and colonies of fur seals
The royal couple will visit the site before becoming one Barbecue party with young people walks
The Duke and Duchess will then chair back to Wellington for an evening at Courtenay Creative, a hub for the New Zealand film industry opened two weeks ago
Below you will find Live updates on everything happening on the 14th day of the Royal Tour (all GMT times)
2:55 pm update: Young people's self-esteem is "distorted" by social media claims Duchess
Meghan During her visit to the Maranui Cafe in Wellington, she suggested the psychological impact of social media.
She said, "You see photos on social media and do not know if she was born with them or maybe a filter."
"Your verdict on yours Self-esteem is really distorted when everything is based on preference. "
The Duke and Duchess spoke to employees of the psychiatric clinic at the Maranui Café in front of the Abel Tasman National Park.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were greeted at the Abel Tasman National Park in Maori traditional powhiri or tribal dance.
Tribal kumatua or elder, Barney Thomas told the royal couple, "You are now in twos and you will soon be three of you and I am sure you will be supported."
1:52 pm Update: Prince Harry sends greetings from his grandmother and unborn child
While visiting the Abel Tasman National Park, Prince Harry passed on greetings from his grandmother and unborn child ,  He said, "We are so grateful to be here with me and my wife and our little bump."
"We bring blessings from my grandmother, the queen, and our family.
1.23am update: Duke and Duchess Arrives in Abel Tasman National Park
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Totaranui in the Abel Tasman National Park.
You should learn about ongoing conservation projects before exploring the park in a Royal New Zealand Air Force NH90 Helicopter
1:52 pm Update: Prince Harry "Very Interested" in Mental Health Fight  Genevieve Mora, co-founder of the Voices of Hope Mental Health charity, met Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their visit to Maranui Cafe
She said, "Harry was very interested, they both asked a lot of questions.
" I talked about mine own personal experience, about a lot of shame, and he was really interested in understanding why I was so ashamed. "
0.10 am Update: King and Queen on their way to Abel Tasman National Park
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are on their way to Abel Tasman National Park
They become one receive traditional welcome ceremony before visiting the site and visiting New Zealand conservation projects.
11.50pm update: Meghan's Outfit Revealed
Meghan was wearing Outland Jeans, a jacket with Jac and Jack and a coat of Club Monaco
11.48 update: Royal couple boy in front of the Wellington Café
Harry and Meghan comforted a schoolboy who was overwhelmed when he met the royal couple in front of a cafe in Wellington  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had visited the Maranui Cafe on Monday to meet with psychiatrists and discuss their work
Ten students from nearby Houghton Valley School had a chance to meet the couple as they left the café and one of the children handed Meghan's flowers.