Prince Harry Sweetly Fixes Meghan Markle’s Hair as They Pose for Photos during Africa Tour

At their first engagement for their Africa tour, Prince Harry displays his affection for Meghan Markle, during a group photo with children from Nyanga, South Africa.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are no strangers to breaking royal protocol; from opening their own car doors, to public displays of affection, the young couple are forging their own royal identities.

During the first stop of their African tour in South Africa, Harry and Meghan visited the women and children at "The Justice Desk" in Nyanga, Cape Town. 

"The Justice Desk," is a human rights organization, which is run in a high crime and poverty stricken area. It aims to support vulnerable members of the community, who are prone to violence and poverty, such as women. ITV News Royal Editor, Chris ship writes:

"FIRST PICTURES: Prince Harry and Meghan start their Royal Tour of Southern Africa with a visit to the Nyanga township in Cape Town. They visit @thejusticedesk which helps women & girls with self-defence classes in an area with highest murder rate in South Africa #RoyalTourAfrica."

The couple arrived in Nyanga township as part of "The Justice Desk initiative," which includes female empowerment training and taking part in self-defence classes.

During a group photo with the local children Harry gently brushing Meghan's hair into place. With his hand on her shoulder, he gently brushes her pony tail off her shoulders and neatly brings it to her back. In 2018, Harry also showed her the same display of affection.

The moment was quick and short but it was another display of affection caught by fans, who have also gotten a glimpse of the couple kissing, during their time in South Africa.

Meghan and Harry aren't just keeping their affection to themselves, spreading the message of love and support, Meghan speaks to the women of Cape Town, saying:

"I am here with you as a mother, as a wife, as a woman, as a woman of color and as your sister. I am here with you, and I am here FOR you…The work that's being done here is to keep women and children safer, which is needed now more than ever."

During their African tour, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle dance with locals during a visit ash the Justice Desk initiative in Nyanga township, on September 23, 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa. | Source: Getty Images

During their African tour, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle dance with locals during a visit ash the Justice Desk initiative in Nyanga township, on September 23, 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa. | Source: Getty Images

Speaking out against abuse, both Meghan and Harry emphasised the need to uphold women's rights, promote positive role models and prevent the cycle of violence plaguing many communities in South Africa. 

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