MEGHAN and Harry are about to set off on their royal tour, which starts tomorrow – September 23.
The royal couple will tour South Africa together before the prince journeys on to Angola and Malawi – but what’s the schedule, and will we see Archie?
What’s the schedule?
Day One: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will visit a workshop in Cape Town that teaches children about their rights and provides self-defence classes.
The couple will also tour District Six Museum to learn about the work done to reunite people affected by the apartheid.
Day Two: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will travel to Monwabisi Beach to learn about Waves for Change.
They will also see the work of the Lunchbox Fund, which provides meals to schools across towns and rural areas.
Prince Harry will then join the City of Cape Town Marine Unit to learn about the work done to combat poaching.
In the afternoon, Meghan and Harry will visit the oldest mosque in the country and finally attend a reception at the British High Commissioner’s Resident.
Day Three: The Sussexes will meet the Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mrs Tutu at their legacy foundation.
Meghan will then stay in South Africa, visiting the Woodstock Exchange that encourages female entrepreneurs.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry goes to Botswana where he will join school kids to plant trees.
Day Four: Meghan Markle will take part in a Women in Public Service breakfast.
Day Five: Prince Harry will go to Angola, seeing the legacy that his mother Princess Diana started in raising awareness for the threat of landmines.
He will also visit where his mother was famously photographed.
Day Six: Prince Harry will meet with President Lourenco at the Presidential Palace.
He will then visit a maternity hospital before travelling to Malawi.
Day Seven: Prince Harry will visit a local college that supports women obtaining and education.
He will also meet wiith President Peter Mutharika.
Day Eight: Prince Harry will fly to a national park to pay tribute to guardsman Mathew Talbot, who lost his life while on an anti-poaching patrol.
Day Nine: The Duke will visit the Mauwa Heath Centre before heading back to South Africa.
Day Ten: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will again join up, meeting with inspiring local youth.
They will also meet with Grace Machel, the widow of the late President Nelson Mandela.
Will we see Archie?
This will be their first royal tour as a family, so four-month-old Archie will be coming along.
Harry and Meghan have given the world a few glimpses of their baby son but he’s yet to be officially seen in public.
According to reports, the pair hope to involve their son “at some point” during their trip but were unable to say when – as his young age makes it difficult to schedule.
The couple will bring a nanny to help with the baby while his parents are occupied at engagements.
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