PRINCE HARRY shared a proud father moment when he told royal fans that he “can’t wait to introduce baby Archie and his wife Meghan Markle on their first official family tour in Africa.
With the unveiling of the new organizations that he and Meghan Markle wanted to put in the spotlight this month, Prince Harry revealed his “excitement” prior to the young family’s tour through Africa this fall.
Prince Harry said in an Instagram post: “Within a few weeks our family will make the first official tour to Africa, a region of the world that has been a second home for me in the last two decades.
“Our team helped create a meaningful program that we would love to share with you.
“Personally, I can’t wait to introduce my wife and son to South Africa! We’ll see you all very soon. “
Among the comments of The Duke, social media say that the family will visit South Africa together and that The Due will visit Malawi, Angola, and Botswana.
The comment has been liked thousands of times, one fan wrotre: “Enjoy and plea stay safe.
“We love you. You have brightened up the world by marrying Meghan.
‘Beaufiul, heart in and out. Your mother would be incredibly proud. “
Broadcaster Caroline Frost, who once interviewed the Duchess of Sussex, compared the move with that of Princess Diana and Charles who took Prince William on their tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Prince Harry has always liked to spend time in Africa and even took Meghan to the continent when they were dating.
Prince Charles took Harry and William there after the death of Princess Diana in 1997.
Prince Harry told Klara Glowczewska of Town & Country during a trip to Malawi that he has loved Africa for years.
The Duke of Sussex said: ‘I have an intense feeling of complete relaxation and normality here. In order not to be recognized, to lose myself in the bush with what I would call the most sober people on earth, people [dedicated to conservation] without ulterior motives, no agendas, who would sacrifice everything for the improvement of nature … I talk to them about their work, about what they do. And I learn so much. “
The royals are expected to spend ten days in Africa on the royal tour.
The Instagram post from Sussex Royal continued: “In the run-up to the tour for the month of September, we want to celebrate the beauty of this beautiful continent as a whole: from local organizations working hard to improve the environment to the young leaders pave the way for a better future for the Commonwealth and beyond.
“These selected groups are a small representation of the incredible work done in Africa today by countless people, local communities, and organizations.”