Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Prince William have spent the day in Christchurch meeting with the families of victims who died in the Christchurch mosque attacks and survivors.
Photos from Christchurch of the pair's arrival and meeting with officials and families:
In his visit to Al Noor Mosque, the Duke of Cambridge expressed the royal family's solidarity with the victims of the terror shooting, which left 50 people dead in two of the city's mosques.
On the second day of his visit to New Zealand, the prince met with about 160 survivors and family members of the victims at the mosque.
He said Christchurch and New Zealand's response to the shooting was an example to inspire the world.
Prince William also met with emergency service staff to comfort them and offer some advice.
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