Archie going on royal tour to South Africa

Archie going on royal tour to South Africa

The young royal has only been seen in public a few times but on Monday he will will be flying thousands of kilometres with parents Prince Harry and Meghan to South Africa.

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, will speak about the issue of violence against women in South Africa on September 23. During a 10-day royal tour to Africa, the royal couple is set to visit the deprived township on the first morning itself. The stylist says that Markle's look for the wedding proves that she isn't a slave to fashion, and instead, the Duchess "perfectly distills the catwalk into her own brand of on-trend chic".

"It would be odd for them not to address it in the current climate given how much of their official program, particularly the duchess's, is about women and women's issues", a source told the British tabloid.

"But it will, of course, be done respectfully". The mother-of-one is expected to donate a number of items belonging to baby Archie, because the royal bub already has too many things.

Archie going on royal tour to South Africa

The Evening Standard reported Prince Harry, 34, is understood to have insisted the future of the planet is a humanitarian issue, not a political one, and the world must act to avoid disaster.

The Duke of Sussex will also be extending his visit to Malawi and Botswana. Archie's full name is Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor. The wedding also saw other attendees from the royal family, including Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, who are both longtime friends of Nonoo.

It is understood Meghan and Harry watched the South African president Cyril Ramaphosa's address to his country following days of protests, when he acknowledged the African nation was facing a national crisis of violence against women. Foregoing royal celebrations or tourist attractions such as Table Mountain and Robben Island, the royal couple is instead opting to "roll up their sleeves and do work in the community", a source told The Telegraph.

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