Prince Harry and Meghan announce their first official trip to Africa

Prince Harry and his wife, as well as the new baby Archie, will travel as a family for the first time to South Africa later this fall, Buckingham Place announced on Thursday.
This trip will be the first major working trip for the Duchess of Sussex since giving birth to royal baby Archie Harrison last month.
During the tour, Prince Harry will be in Malawi and Angola, as well as a short working visit to Botswana, in line Britain’s Foreign Office.
The Duke of Sussex and the Duchess of Sussex said on their Instagram account that it would be their first official visit as a family, with Archie conceived on May 6 set to go along with them in South Africa.
Prince Harry and Meghan last took a 16-day trip in October last year, when they visited Australia, Fiji, Tonga, and New Zealand to meet leaders. During that tour, the Duchess highlighted her feminist passions by meeting “people involved in women’s empowerment,” according to a tweet posted at that time.
Meghan, not long ago appeared publicly for the first time since she gave birth to Archie. She joined other members of British royals to mark Queen Elizabeth II’s official birthday in London on June 8.
The couple shared their excitement about the trip in a post on their Instagram account.
The post announced that the Duke and Duchess would be looking forward to meeting people on the ground and to continuing to raise awareness of the enormous impact work local communities are doing across the Commonwealth and beyond.

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