Ngg.ng can confirm that England royal couple, Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle alongside their 4 months old baby, Archie will begin their 10-day tour of Africa on Monday.
This confirms earlier reports from England that hinted that the Royal Couple could make a trip to the African continent soon.
Prince Harry, some few weeks back had wrote on his Instagram handle,
”Africa (is) a region of the world that over the past two decades has been a second home to me.”
This is the royal family first official tour as a family and they will start in South Africa.
According to the reports, during their three days together in Cape Town, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit social and environmental projects and meet Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, a prominent anti-apartheid activist and other faith representatives and young leaders.
Following this, Prince Harry will then travel on a lone trip to Botswana, Angola and Malawi, where he will do everything from planting trees in a natural reserve and witnessing an anti-poaching exercise to visiting HIV/AIDS projects.
He will also visit the location of an iconic picture of his late mother, Princess Diana taken at a demining site in 1997, as well as an orthopaedic centre she visited that will be renamed in her honour.
Prince Harry will then reunite with Meghan on Oct 1 in South Africa.