The Duchess of Sussex and baby Archie have left Cape Town and are on their way to the next stop during their 10-day royal tour, while Prince Harry has left for Malawi.
Meghan (38) and her four-month-old son were seen at the international airport before their scheduled flight from British Airways to Johannesburg.
Prince Harry, 35, left Angola today for the third stop during the solo section of the royal tour, where he will visit young women in college tomorrow and meet Malawi President Peter Mutharika.
Today's flight with Archie also comes a day after Meghan paid a private visit to a memorial to South African student Uyinene & # 39; Nene & # 39; Mrwetyana, 19, who was raped and killed on August 24.
The Duchess of Sussex and baby Archie, pictured together today at Cape Town International Airport for their scheduled flight from British Airways, traveled to Johannesburg for the next part of the 10-day royal tour
Prince Harry, pictured on arrival at Luanda airport before his departure from Angola on Saturday, will travel to Malawi, the next stop on his 10-day tour of Africa and the final destination before returning to his wife and son in South Africa adds
The mother and son looked relaxed when they were preparing for the short flight earlier today, with Meghan in black jeans, a white shirt and a pair of flat pumps.
Baby Archie was gently rocked, with a blanket over him, and seemed to be wearing a gray sweater and matching socks in combination with navy pants.
New mother Meghan wore her hair tied as she traveled with her son, who last met with Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town on Wednesday.
Although seen today on the airport's airlift, no official appointments are planned for the duchess in Johannesburg until Tuesday.
On Tuesday she will attend a round table discussion with the Association of Commonwealth Universities in Johannesburg.
Meghan will meet academics and students to discuss the challenges young women face in accessing higher education.
Meghan (photo) tied an orange ribbon around the painted porch of the Clareinch Post Office, where university student Uyinene Mrwetyana was murdered on Saturday 24 August. The duchess shared this image on Instagram on Friday
Uyinene & # 39; Nene & # 39; Mrwetyana, 19, was clubbed to death with a postal scale in Claremont, it is claimed, after allegedly lured in by an employee
The duchess will then do it learn about the work of a charity that UK Aid receives for its work to tackle sexual violence in schools, reports the Telegraph.
& # 39; In the evening, Meghan and Prince Harry are reunited after returning from Malawi to join his wife and son.
On the last day of the tour, the royal couple are seen together to visit a township near Johannesburg to meet inspiring local youth.
The royal offered condolences to Mrs. Mrwetyana's mother during the two-day visit to & # 39; solidarity & # 39; against gender-based violence, has revealed a message in the social media
They will also meet with Grace Machel, the widow of President Nelson Mandela and also with President Cyril Ramaphosa and his wife Dr. Tshepo Motsepe. After this, the Sussex people are expected to leave for London.
Today's flight with Archie comes one day after Meghan made a private visit to a memorial to South African student Uyinene & # 39; Nene & # 39; Mrwetyana, 19, who was raped and killed on August 24.
The Duchess of Sussex posted an image on Instagram and showed her a ribbon of railings at the post office where the student was murdered in an attempt to & # 39; recognize & # 39;
Meghan tied a yellow ribbon around the painted porch of the Clareinch post office and offered condolences to Mrs. Mrwetyana's mother to show solidarity with those who took a stand against gender-based violence and femicide.
& # 39; Visiting the site of this tragic death and being able to recognize Uyinene, and all women and girls affected by GBV (especially in South Africa, but also around the world) was personally important to The Duchess, & # 39; read the Instagram post.
The crime caused outrage and again pointed to the issue of the high rate of violence against women in the country.
The social media post also revealed that the duke and duchess had followed what had happened from afar and wanted to know more when they arrived in South Africa.
After starting the royal tour together in Cape Town, Prince Harry left his wife and son to visit Botswana, Angola and Malawi. He will then join the family in Johannesburg for the last few days of the trip before they all fly back to London
Archie was last seen on Wednesday during tea with Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town. At the meeting, Meghan told her son to get used to the cameras in his life
Cheeky little Archie melted hearts as he giggled while sitting on Tuesday, in his striped dungarees and socks
Although Meghan has been private appearances, her husband Prince Harry has been seen on various official engagements since he left his wife in Cape Town in both Botswana and Angola.
The Duke met the President of Angola today and learned about groundbreaking work on HIV / AIDS transmission from mothers to their babies, which Angola First Lady Ana Dias Lourenco stands for.
Uniformed soldiers greeted the Duke of Sussex when he arrived in front of an audience with leader João Lourenço at the presidential palace in Luanda, Angola, on the sixth day of his royal tour through Africa.
Harry later visited a hospital to see the HIV project led by First Lady Lourenco, whom he also met at a reception at the British ambassador's residence last night.
The Prince, who posted SussexRoyal on Instagram account, said the trip to Angola had been very important to him and he thanked the president for & # 39; incredibly warm welcome & # 39 ;.
Meghan spoke with female technology founders on the Woodstock Exchange in Cape Town on Wednesday. She has campaigned strongly for the empowerment of young women and girls and revealed that she hopes to do the same for young men
The duchess looked elegant in an Everlane jumpsuit for engagement and told the inspiring female entrepreneurs that she is determined to fulfill her & # 39; her heart's wishes & # 39; despite the fact that she is a member of the royal family
Also on Wednesday Meghan brought parents and children to the floor to play with toys that Archie would like during a visit to charity mothers2mothers
The duke, accompanied by Angola State Secretary for Social Action Carolina Cerqueira on Saturday before his departure, changed for the flight to Malawi and opted for comfortable blue pants and a polo shirt
He wrote: & # 39; The journey was very important for The Duke, allowing him to see the impact his mother had, and also paying attention to issues that are so important to him, especially continuing her work around the world of free landmines. & # 39;
The Prince began his time in Angola by visiting the place where his late mother Princess Diana launched an anti-landmine campaign, her last major crusade before her premature death.
He withdrew her footsteps and put on the same protective bulletproof vest and visor that she did 22 years earlier to detonate a device in a partially cleared field in Dirico, in the southeast of the country.
Harry entered an area that was once an artillery base for anti-government troops who had quit the position in 2000, during the decades-long civil war that tore the country apart.
It is reported that the Prince also met with President Lourenço to continue the campaign to remove land mines from the country.
Afterwards the prince said: "Landmines are an unhealed war sign. By clearing landmines, we can help this community find peace, and peace comes with opportunities. & # 39;
Uniformed soldier greeted the Duke of Sussex when he arrived in front of an audience with leader João Lourenço on Saturday at the presidential palace in Luanda, Angola – the sixth day of his royal tour through Africa with wife Meghan and baby Archie
The Duke of Sussex, pictured left on Saturday during a meeting with First Lady Ana Dias Lourenco, second right, heard about the project before he left for Luanda airport to fly to the next stop on the Royal Tour, Malawi
During his time in Angola on Friday, Prince Harry visited the same minefield that his mother walked through in January 1997. The Princess of Wales had rightly visited Huambo to draw worldwide attention to the landmines crisis
He and his wife, the Duchess of Sussex, also posted on their official Instagram page honoring the work of his mother who "helped change the course of history."
They added: “The duke is humble to visit a place and community that was so special to his mother, and to acknowledge her tireless mission as an advocate for anyone who felt that she had a voice most needed, even if the issue was not universally popular. & # 39;
In Botswana, Harry embraced a young woman with HIV on Friday as he talked about escaping to Botswana in the aftermath of his mother's death.
In a moving reunion, Harry embraced 20-year-old Tlotlo Moilwa, who lost her mother and father to AIDS when she was four years old before testing positive for HIV herself.
The couple met in London two years ago and the duke clearly recognized Tlotlo when he put his arms around her.
Earlier in the day, the Prince also made a passionate speech that supported teenage activist Greta Thunberg, declaring that the world is in a & # 39; emergency state & # 39; and the fight against climate change & # 39; lost & # 39 ;.
He had arrived on the banks of the Chobe River in Botswana in the north of the country to participate in a tree planting project – with dozens of people working to get a huge sapling in the ground.
The duke then emphasized that saving the environment was a race against time and added: & # 39; Under Greta's leadership, the world's children are striking. & # 39;
Prince Harry embraced Tlotlo Moilwa, who lost her mother and father to AIDS when she was four years old and is HIV-positive during a visit to the Kasane Health Post, run by the Sentebale charity, in Botswana on Thursday
The Duke of Sussex helped school children plant trees in the Chobe Tree Reserve in Botswana, on day four of the tour through Africa
Harry also talked about how Bostwana offered him a place to escape after the death of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.
He said: I have been coming here for fifteen years, it is a sense of escapism, a real sense of purpose … I have had some of my best friends here over the years.
& # 39; I came here in 1997 or 1998 right after my mother died, so it was a nice place to get away from it all. I feel deeply connected with this place and with Africa. & # 39;
Tomorrow the 10-day official tour will take place in Malawi, with Prince Harry expecting to arrive in the morning in the capital Lilongwe and on his first day he will visit Nalikule College of Education.
He will communicate with young women who are supported in attending and completing high school through UKAid scholarships through the female education campaign.
After this stop, he will meet President Peter Mutharika and attend a reception organized by the British High Commissioner in the evening.
Among the Duke's engagements, Monday is a visit to Liwonde National Park to pay tribute to guardian Mathew Talbot of the Coldstream Guards, who lost his life in May 2019 during an anti-poaching patrol.
The royal tour schedule of the duke and duchess of Sussex
Day one – September 23
The tour started in a township in Cape Town, South Africa, where Prince Harry and Meghan accompanied children in a workshop that teaches children about their rights and offers self-defense lessons.
The couple also toured the District Six Museum to find out more about the work done to reunite people affected by apartheid.
Day two – 24 September
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex traveled to nearby Monwabisi Beach to learn more about the Waves for Change therapy program for people affected by violence.
Prince Harry then joined the unit of Cape Town to find out more about the work being done to combat illegal poaching.
& # 39; In the afternoon, Meghan and Harry visited the oldest mosque in the country and eventually attended a reception at the residence of the British High Commissioner.
Day three – 25 September
The Sussexes accompanied by baby Archie met the anti-apartheid Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mrs. Tutu at their old foundation.
From here, the program segment splits from their royal highness – The Duke travels further to Botswana while The Duchess stays in South Africa.
Meghan then stayed in South Africa and visited the Woodstock Exchange, which encourages women entrepreneurs.
Day four – 26 September
The duke paid a working visit to Botswana and first traveled to Chobe Forest Tree Reserve to plant trees with school children and raise awareness of the fragility of these vital ecosystems.
Prince Harry then spent the evening of 26 September in a new demolition camp of HALO Trust.
Meghan Markle participated in a Women in Public Service breakfast at the High Commission in Cape Town.
Day five – 27 September
The duke exploded a mine at a distance in a field outside of Dirico. He saw aspects of the legacy that his mother Princess Diana started raising awareness for the threat of landmines.
He later met members of the local community and victims of landmines. His Royal Highness will comment on the importance of continuous mine clearance.
Day six – 28 September
The duke attended an audience with Angolan president Lourenço in the presidential palace.
He then visited the Lucrécia Paim Maternity Clinic to see the work of a project led by First Lady Ana Dias Lourenço "Born Free to Shine" that focuses on preventing HIV / AIDS transmission from mothers to babies.
Meanwhile, Meghan visited a memorial for a young South African woman whose rape and murder inspired thousands of people to protest the country's high rate of sexual violence.
Day seven – September 29
The duke arrives in Lilongwe, Malawi in the morning. He will later visit the Nalikule College of Education and communicate with a network of young women who are supported to attend and complete high school through UKAid scholarships through the female education campaign.
The duke will then attend an audience with President Peter Mutharika and attend a reception organized by the British High Commissioner in the evening.
Day eight – September 30
Prince Harry flies to Liwonde National Park to pay tribute to guard Mathew Talbot of the Coldstream Guards, who lost his life in May 2019 during an anti-poaching patrol.
His Royal Highness will witness an anti-poaching demonstration exercise conducted jointly by local rangers and British soldiers deployed in Operation CORDED. To conclude,
His Royal Highness will devote Liwonde National Park and the adjacent Mangochi forest to the Queen Commonwealth Canopy project to protect the park against deforestation and other similar activities.
Day Nine – October 1
On the last day of his solo stage of the tour, the duke visits the Mauwa Heath Center before returning to South Africa.
Her Royal Highness will attend a round table discussion with the Association of Commonwealth Universities in Johannesburg. The duchess will meet academics and students to discuss the challenges young women face in accessing higher education.
Day ten – 2 October
The duke and duchess returned the previous evening and will visit a township near Johannesburg to meet inspiring local youth.
They will also meet Grace Machel, the widow of the late President Nelson Mandela. At the end of the tour, Their Royal Highnesses will attend an audience with President Cyril Ramaphosa and his wife Dr. Tshepo Motsepe. The royal family is leaving for London that evening.
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