Despite the treacherous weather that has trampled all throughout NZ, it didn't dampen Prince Harry's trail, who has been trekking around NZ and last night he touched down in Auckland for the final leg of his Royal tour visit.
Prince Harry had a formal engagement earlier, spending one-on-one time with Labour Leader, Andrew Little and then Prime Minister John Key.
But the highlight of the day, is where the Prince got to be a bit more informal, meeting the children from TYLA Youth Development and the community of South Auckland.
His Royal Highness took time out to have a bit of fun in Ōtara.
He gave these 12 children who are at-risk a full hour, playing table tennis, billiards and foosball.
Earlier in this morning, he arrived alongside a group of distinguished guests to Southern Cross Campus in Māngere, it was a Polynesian fiesta.
Prince Harry has been very hands-on this tour and today showed just that.
Tomorrow he will fly out to head back home, but before he does he will compete in a five-aside game of football against the FIFA U20s at the Cloud in Auckland.