Meghan Markle & Prince Harry 'Are Very Much Looking Forward' to Their Arrival in Africa with Baby Archie
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are set to begin their Africa tour, and are reportedly excited about their arrival with their son, Archie, with them.
The Africa tour by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, with their son, Archie, is the first the family-of-three is taking since they welcomed the little boy in May.
The tour which begins at South Africa marks Meghan Markle's first visit, and a return for Prince Harry, to the continent he considers his "Second home."
"They are very much looking forward to their arrival in Africa… on their first official tour as a family. Africa holds a very special place in the Duke's heart. He's looking forward to sharing South Africa with the Duchess and their son."
The tour is a demonstration of the partnership between the UK and Africa, and the Royals would visit four countries in ten days. The tour which begins on September 23rd is scheduled to end on October 2nd.
It will start with Markle and Prince Harry visiting sites, and the charities they support in South Africa, after which, the dad-of-one would proceed alone to Botswana, Angola, and Malawi.
In South Africa, the couple would visit a workshop that educates children on their rights, and safety, as well as the District Museum that tells the story of a displaced community during apartheid, and the Homecoming Center, where they'll take part in community cooking.
Other activities of the tour include highlighting wildlife conservation efforts in Botswana and raising awareness about the dangers of landmines in Angola.
The latter is an inherited passion project from Princess Diana, and Prince Harry is determined to keep up with his mother's legacy until he eradicates all landmine fields in Angola.
On September 1st, the Duke in a statement to his joint Instagram account with Markle shared a photo collage highlighting the beauty of Africa. He stated he could not wait to meet everyone, and he gets to do that today, with his wife, and son.