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Fearsome warriors greeted the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall with a spectacular haka during a welcome ceremony to the home of the Maori nation.
Charles and Camilla were celebrated by their hosts at the royal riverside residence of Kiingi Tuheitia.
The couple arrived at the complex wearing korowai, cloaks made of kiwi feathers, that had been given to the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh in 1953.
The royal couple have since continued to Auckland where they plan to spend the afternoon before leaving the country on Wednesday ending their seven-day tour.
Badminton Horse Trials winner 2013 New Zealand's Jonathan Paget was presented his trophy by Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Park Bowles during day five of the Badminton Horse Trials in Badminton, Gloucestershire.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are to begin a Diamond Jubilee tour in honour of the Queen in Papua New Guinea, Australia and New Zealand in a two-week trip.
Charles and Camilla's celebration of her 60-year reign will include a traditional Aussie barbecue with outback sheep farmers and time with race goers at the Melbourne Cup.
They will also be given a sneak preview of the film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey by director Peter Jackson.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall enjoyed a performance by a Beatles tribute band on a visit to Liverpool today.
The Duchess of Cornwall visited the world's only surviving 17th century ship with the Prince of Wales - and joked that she would like to borrow it for the Queen's pageant.
Admiring the Vasa warship, which sank on its maiden voyage in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1628, Camilla told King Carl XVI Gustaf: "It is very nice. Perhaps we could borrow it for the jubilee pageant."
She added: "It would be very nice going down the Thames."
The royal party was given permission to take a closer look and took a keen interest as museum staff gave them a guided tour.