The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will have some time off from official functions today after a busy two days of public engagements.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will head to Wellington today after attending a Jubilee dinner at Auckland's Sky City last night, where they tucked into a meal prepared by well-known chef Peter Gordon.
Camilla stepped onto the red carpet in a shimmering evening gown by one of her favoured designers, Anna Valentine.
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Among the local celebrities who met Prince Charles and his wife at the glitzy engagement were the Topp Twins, who described the pair as "just human beings like us".
"We just had a little meeting with them, said hello for a fleeting moment when they came through on the red carpet," said Jools Topp.
"They said they'd already heard a little bit about us so they were looking forward to our performance tonight.
"Lady Camilla said, 'what do you do', and I said, 'we do a bit of music and a bit of horses', and she said, 'you can't get much better than that'."
The royal couple also met Dame Kiri Te Kanawa.
Earlier Charles and Camilla braved the rain to greet members of the public gathered in downtown Auckland this afternoon.
The Royal couple, flanked by a team of security guards, carried their own umbrellas as they stopped to shake hands with some of the more than 2000 estimated to have gathered along Queen Street.
The Duchess of Cornwall, dressed in a pale grey cape, smiled as she received flower bouquets from children and even took the time to pat a Golden Labrador patiently waiting behind the fence.
Two protesters carried protest signs among the crowd of Royal-enthusiasts but remained metres away from the couple. One sign read "Get a job Royal Bludgers".
The pair also met with New Zealand Olympians, visited the Cloud on Auckland's waterfront, attended a Hairy Maclary performance and visited a primary school.
Prince Charles will celebrate his 64th birthday in Wellington on November 14, where he will be joined by 64 New Zealanders who also share his birthday.
Visits to Christchurch and Feilding are also planned during their six-day visit on their Diamond Jubiliee Tour.