• Prince Harry and Meghan visit Nigerian school
  • They pose for selfies with schoolchildren 
  • The Sussexes have fun in their tour

During their whirlwind 72-hour tour in Nigeria, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made an unforgettable stop at the Wuse Lightway Academy in Abuja, where they not only discussed important issues like mental health but also shared light-hearted moments with the students. One such moment was when Prince Harry, known for his cheeky sense of humor, decided to photobomb a selfie that his wife, Meghan, was taking with a group of enthusiastic schoolchildren. With his arms thrown in the air and a grin that could light up the room, Harry added a touch of royal mischief to the day!

An epic photobomb

As the students attempted to capture a memorable photo with Meghan, they got more than they bargained for with Harry's unexpected cameo! The Duke's playful gesture added a sprinkle of royal charm to the selfie, making it a moment to remember for everyone involved.


Speaking from the heart

Meghan, with her usual grace and eloquence, spoke to the students about seeing a reflection of herself in them and emphasized the importance of honesty and mutual support. "As I look around this room, I see myself in all of you as well. It is a complete honor to have our first visit to Nigeria be here with all of you," she said, touching the hearts of many.

The couple's visit to the school, supported by their Archewell Foundation, was not just about photo ops but also about making a real impact. Meghan praised James Holt, the executive director of the Archewell Foundation, for his dedication, especially noting that it was his birthday, adding a personal touch to the visit.

Harry, drawing from his own experiences of loss and grief following the death of his mother, Princess Diana, spoke candidly about mental health. He encouraged open conversations and reassured the students that it's okay to have "bad days" and that there's no shame in seeking help. "There is no need to suffer in silence. Just make sure that you're taking care of yourselves," Meghan echoed, reinforcing the message of resilience and mutual support.