Sofia, the darling of the Royal Family was a crowd favourite with royal watchers sure to look out for her wherever the Royal Family were visiting.
The Royals visited a local wildlife park on a NZ Kiwi Tour. They talked to staff about the kiwi breeding programme and the results of this work that have been achieved.
They took a tour of Christchurch's Earthquake Recovery effort, Prince James and King Roland taking a particular interest in the diggers.
They stayed a night at the exclusive Jellie Castle, rumoured to be $1000 night. They posed for photographers and waved to well wishers on the castle balconies.
Well wishers who got quite close while giving them flowers said the Royals were 'lovely' and happy to chat, commenting that the weather 'had been different to what they had at home'. They hadn't had much rain in Enchancia so were happy to experience the cooler weather.
Sophia particularly liked the garden, commenting to staff on the spring flowers. And the friendliness of the creatures in the garden.
While Sophia was admiring the garden, there was a security breach, with King Roland and Queen Miranda being manhandled by a well wisher. The overexcited well wisher was detained however no charges will be laid. The Royal Family were quite happy to be man handled, King Roland commented that 'they were made of pretty strong stuff'.
The Royal Family also visited a local theme park with the royal children enjoying a number of the rides.
Afterwards the family enjoyed some popcorn and rumour has it, the family are taking some of the snack food home with them to Enchancia.