Now that Prince Harry has spent his first day in Wellington, fans of the royal can catch a glimpse or quite possibly shake the hand of the royal during his visit for the next week.
Harry will head south to Invercargill for the city’s first royal visit in 30 years. Although brief, he will meet those who came to see him before leaving for Stewart Island.
It will be hard to try and see Harry the rest of the day. He will attend a private church service at St Andrews Anglican Church on the island. His schedule for the evening is private. So perhaps one may be lucky and spot him dining somewhere as so many did during his stay in Australia.
Students from Halfmoon Bay School on Stewart Island will enjoy a visit with the royal. After his visit, Harry will spend the rest of the day to enjoy some personal time. Again, Harry fans, you never know where he might show up!
Be on the lookout when Harry is in Christchurch. There he will visit New Regent Street, ride the tram to Cashel Street, visit Quake City and the University of Canterbury’s Student Volunteer Army.
Harry visits Odyssey House in Christchurch before being heading back up the North Island to Linton Military Camp in the Manawatu. Public viewing will be limited.
Harry will travel to Whanganui. He will attend a powhiri at Putiki Marae and spend some time on a waka on the Whanganui River.
After meeting veterans at the Whanganui War Memorial Centre, Harry will meet with those gathered who came to catch a glimpse or perhaps have the chance to shake his hand.
Prince Harry will not be as available to the general public. He will be at Southern Cross Campus School to view Maori and Pasifika performances. Later he visit a spinal rehab unit, and then on to the New Zealand Rugby Foundation and then a stop at TYLA (Turn Your Life Around).
In the evening, Harry will spend time at Auckland’s Government House with opposition leader Andrew Little and Prime Minister John Key.
Last chance to see Prince Harry New Zealand! The prince will play a game of football with the FIFA Under 20 event at The Cloud in Auckland. If you do not have a ticket for the event, no worries, you may have a chance to see Harry when he greets the public at the main entrance to The Cloud.
The final engagement on his last day will have Harry visit High-Performance Sport New Zealand’s National Training Centre. After his vist, he boards a plane back to the UK to see finally his new niece, Princess Charlotte.
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