Having arrived in the city of Dunedin in the morning to a traditional welcome and a church service at St Paul's Cathedral it was time for the couple to enjoy some sporty fun at the Forsyth Barr stadium in Dunedin.
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Kate changed out of her aquamarine Emilia Wickstead dress, opting for a cream jumper, jeans and grey trainers while William exchanged his navy suit for beige chinos, a blue jumper and a white shirt.
After the match the young competitors were awarded their medals by the royal couple, before they posed for a team photograph.
William and Kate then left Dunedin for Queenstown where they were due for a wine tasting engagement.
Quashing rumours that Kate is pregnant with the couple's second child, the Duke and Duchess sampled wines from the Otago region and toured the picturesque vineyard.
In the evening the royals took in the South Island scenery form the Shotover Jet as they made their way along the Shotover River before journeying to Christchurch where they are due to stay ahead of their engagements in the city on Monday.