Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are set to tour Auckland on Tuesday, and the city council has the perfect gift for the couple's unborn child.
Auckland Council staff knitted woollen clothing for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's forthcoming baby. Mayor Phil Goff says two books will also be presented to the couple, titled 'A is for Aotearoa' and 'A is for Auckland.
"As a gift from Auckland, council staff have knitted some beautiful woollen clothing for the future baby of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. A huge thanks to those staff for their effort and talent!" The Auckland mayor wrote on Twitter.
Check out photos of the cute knitted gifts below...
The Duke and Duchess have a full lineup of activities to get through while in Auckland, which will include gumboot throwing in Redvale, and dedicating an area of native bush to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy.
The royals will also visit Pillars, the charity for children of prisoners, which the Government donated $5000 to instead of a wedding gift for the royal couple.