PRINCE Harry high-fived a young boy as the pair planted a tree in Botswana today.
The Duke of Sussex headed to the Chobe Forest Tree Reserve as part of his tour while Meghan Markle stays in South Africa with baby Archie.
And the prince seemed keen to get hands on as he helped plant a tree this morning on the fourth day of the royal Africa trip.
It comes after Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, showed off their four-month-old son yesterday as they met the Archbishop Desmond Tutu, with the seven-in-line to the throne stealing the show.
The archbishop’s daughter Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe even joked the little boy would be a “ladies’ man” when he grew up.
The Duchess of Sussex will today spend time in a private Women in Public Service breakfast at the High Commission in Cape Town.
She yesterday visited mothers2mothers in South Africa to throw her support behind the charity, as well as meeting with female entrepreneurs.
And discussing motherhood, she added: “We’re only five months in right now.
“Being a working mum and travelling as well with a baby, my goodness it’s a lot, but it’s all so exciting.
“There are days when it’s a lot to juggle but then you meet someone, have an impact on them and it’s so rewarding.”
Meghan has previously said she is a feminist and wanted to support women in her role as a royal.
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It comes after Meghan and Harry opened up about parenting during their royal engagements yesterday, with the duchess saying she was “learning” about parenthood.
The tour has also seen the couple show off their dance moves several times.
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