Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan arrived at their first stop on their first royal tour as a family with Baby Archie on September 23rd, 2019. They were greeted in Cape Town, South Africa by two adorable young boys at the Nyanga Methodist Church. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who left Archie with a nanny during their first stop, were welcomed to South Africa with a wonderful music and dance display and they joined right in on the fun!

Harry and Meghan Dance in South Africa 

Harry and Meghan clapped along to the beat and then were pulled into a group of dancing young women to show off their moves. The royal couple couldn't wipe the smiles off of their faces even if they tried. Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan also took the time to kneel down and give hugs to some of the children as well as shake hands and give high fives. 

Meghan looked stunning in a black and white print maxi dress with cute matching black wedges. The dress is from a fair trade brand from Malawi, which is one of the countries Harry will visit during the tour! We can't wait to get more updates from their royal tour of Africa! 

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