The royal couple have been welcomed onto Te Papaiouru Marae, for a formal pōwhiri and lunch.
But as schoolchildren on her team chanted "Meghan, Meghan, Meghan", the pregnant duchess gave a flick of the wrist and sent her red-and-white polka dot welly sailing past Harry's best effort.
When she married into Britain's Royal Family in London five months ago, it's doubtful Meghan envisaged her duties would include standing in a rain-soaked paddock half a world away, hurling a wellington boot into the distance.
As evidenced in Markle's latest women's suffrage speech in New Zealand - as well as her extensive past charity work - the importance of feminism and women's rights clearly remains paramount for the new royal.
Their visit to New Zealand came after a short tour of Australia, Fiji and the Kingdom of Tonga. They got to name two of the center's three-day old chicks, giving them the indigenous names, "Koha" meaning gift, and Tihei, from the Māori saying 'tihei mauriora, ' meaning 'the sneeze of life'.
Meghan, displaying what Harry affectionately refers to as "our little bump", has drawn adoring crowds in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand on her first global tour since the couple married in May.
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The Duke and Duchess received a very warm welcome in the New Zealand town and fans lined the street to greet them both.
Prince William and Prince Harry with their wives Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
Hannah Sergel had exchanged messages with the duchess in 2016, with the then Meghan Markle sending the student encouraging messages as she was starting university.
We're well used to the royal couple breaking royal protocol so it was no surprise that the Duchess took a selfie with a fellow mama-to-be.
The volunteer worker was so moved by the encounter, she joked on Twitter that the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, had to comfort her at the event.