Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, are in New Zealand as part of a nine-day tour.
But it is their son, Prince George, who is causing the most interest.
Radio New Zealand reported that flag-waving raincoated schoolchildren stood in the drizzle to welcome the royal couple and their nine-month-old son.
Maori elders greeted Royal couple on the lawn of Government House in Wellington. A haka was performed in icy winds by students from Rongotai College.
Prince George was taken inside while his parents watched the Haka.
However, the nine-month-old was seen at a window in Government House, according to the NZ Herald.
The Royals are due in Sydney on April 16.
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