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It's official: Buckingham Palace confirmed today the news released yesterday by the British High Commissioner of South Africa, and said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit the rainbow nation in the fall

Palace reveals that Prince Harry will travel to Angola, Botswana and Malawi alone – but he confirms that he will join Meghan in South Africa

  • Yesterday, the British High Commissioner to South Africa, Nigel Casey, revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would visit South Africa in the fall
  • Today, Buckingham Palace confirmed the news and revealed that Harry, 34, would also travel to three other African countries during his tour of the continent
  • Harry will only visit Angola, Malawi and Botswana during the royal visit
  • It is unclear whether baby Archie, born on May 6, will travel with his parents
  • Casey joked that the couple's visit could stimulate the South African economy because the royal visit cold bought a & # 39; hat and crazy madness & # 39; would excite.
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Buckingham Palace confirmed today the news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be traveling on a royal tour to South Africa this fall.

Officials have also revealed that Prince Harry will make additional visits to three other African countries as part of the same journey.

Traveling alone Prince Harry [34] travels to Angola, Malawi and Botswana to fuel speculation that baby Archie, who will be about five months old by that time, can also make the trip to South Africa and stay with his mother there while his father does royal duties elsewhere.

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It's official: Buckingham Palace confirmed today the news released yesterday by the British High Commissioner of South Africa, and said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit the rainbow nation in the fall

It's official: Buckingham Palace confirmed today the news released yesterday by the British High Commissioner of South Africa, and said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit the rainbow nation in the fall

Although it is unclear whether the couple's son, Archie, will travel with the couple, the palace also revealed that Prince Harry, 34, will travel to three other African countries during his trip, including Angola, Botswana and Malawi

Although it is unclear whether the couple's son, Archie, will travel with the couple, the palace also revealed that Prince Harry, 34, will travel to three other African countries during his trip, including Angola, Botswana and Malawi

Although it is unclear whether the couple's son, Archie, will travel with the couple, the palace also revealed that Prince Harry, 34, will travel to three other African countries during his trip, including Angola, Botswana and Malawi

A statement from the palace this afternoon said: & The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will make an official visit to South Africa this fall at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

& # 39; In addition, The Duke of Sussex visits Angola and Malawi at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

& # 39; His Royal Highness will also pay a working visit to Botswana while in the region. Further details will be advised in due course. & # 39;

Nigel Casey, the British High Commissioner in South Africa, makes the announcement today; he joked that the couple's visit could only stimulate the economy of the country because they buy a & # 39; hat and madmen and generate madness & # 39;
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Nigel Casey, the British High Commissioner in South Africa, makes the announcement today; he joked that the couple's visit could only stimulate the economy of the country because they buy a & # 39; hat and madmen and generate madness & # 39;

Nigel Casey, the British High Commissioner in South Africa, makes the announcement today; he joked that the couple's visit could only stimulate the economy of the country because they buy a & # 39; hat and madmen and generate madness & # 39;

Yesterday, the British High Commissioner of South Africa confirmed their visit to the Rainbow Nation.

During a press conference, Commissioner Nigel Casey focused on journalists and confirmed that new parents Meghan and Harry, as speculated, will make a royal tour of the Rainbow Nation later this year. High Commissioner Casey said the trip was a & # 39; short & # 39; journey would be.

It has been speculated for several months that Harry and Meghan will visit a number of countries in southern Africa. Stops in Angola and Malawi were also on the agenda, although no details have been confirmed by the palace.

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It is unclear whether the couple's son, Archie, will travel with his parents or stay at home.

It is unclear whether the new parents will bring their young son Archie, born on 6 May. High Commissioner Casey said the trip was a & # 39; short & # 39; journey would be.

It is unclear whether the new parents will bring their young son Archie, born on 6 May. High Commissioner Casey said the trip was a & # 39; short & # 39; journey would be.

It is unclear whether the new parents will bring their young son Archie, born on 6 May. High Commissioner Casey said the trip was a & # 39; short & # 39; journey would be.

Mr. Casey said this morning at a press conference that the royal family & # 39; would return in the fall to visit South Africa & # 39 ;.

He joked: & # 39; That's great news for us, and I predict it's also good news for the South African economy.

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& # 39; I predict buying a hat and crazy madness to compete with SONA [the country of the country address that took place last Thursday] that could restore economic growth all by itself.

& # 39; We are really looking forward to it and thank you in anticipation and all the support I know we will receive. & # 39;

He added: & # 39; This is a much shorter visit, they will be here for a few days and not months. & # 39;

Although it will be autumn in the UK, it will be spring in the southern hemisphere.

MailOnline has contacted Buckingham Palace for confirmation.

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The news comes after speculation that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to Asia later this year for an important official tour.

It is clear that the journey focuses on Commonwealth countries, which means that destinations may include Bangladesh, India, Malaysia and Singapore.

Sources believe there is a good chance of a visit to Sri Lanka, where a terror attack on Easter Sunday killed at least 258 people, but less likely a stop in Brunei, which was criticized for its human rights record. It is believed that China was considered but excluded.

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