ITV released a new documentary about Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry's recent royal tour through Africa on Sunday October 20th, 2019. The documentary explored the couples values, vision and also intimate and vulnerable conversations about topics that have been hard for them to discuss. Prince Harry also mentioned how his love for Africa might have already rubbed off on his son.
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has come to an end, but The Duke and Duchess have had the opportunity to look back on an incredible 10 days through South Africa, Botswana, Angola and Malawi. Thank you for following along! Their Royal Highness's journey took them 15,000 miles across southern Africa where they we're greeted by so many amazing people along the way. They witnessed the great partnership between the UK and Africa, met local community groups, leaders, and youth and elders, who all imparted knowledge and inspiration. On their final day of the tour, The Duchess said: "Please know that you have all given us so much inspiration, so much hope - and above all, you have given us joy." • During their tour, The Duke and Duchess unveiled three new Queens Commonwealth Canopy projects, protecting forests and planting trees, and worked with the British Government to announce investment of £8m in technology and skills in the region. The Duke traveled to Angola to focus on the ongoing mission to rid the world of landmines, an extension of the work that was pioneered by his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales. The Duchess announced gender grants from the Association of Commonwealth Universities to improve access to higher education for women, as well as four scholarships for students studying across the commonwealth. Throughout this trip they were able to join an important and essential conversation about the rights of women and girls - not isolated to Southern Africa, but also globally. Throughout this visit, The Duke and Duchess were struck by the spirit and generosity from every community they visited. Speaking to young entrepreneurs in Tembisa, a township in Johannesburg, The Duke said: "As I raise my own son, I want to make sure that what I've learned here – the value of the natural world, the value of community and friendship – is something that I can pass on to him." • Thank you to everyone who supported from afar, and those who have followed along the way! We hope you enjoy this wrap up video to the tune of a wonderful song by The Soweto Gospel Choir, a favourite of The Duke and Duchess. Video ©️ SussexRoyal
Archie "loves Africa"
According to the new documentary, baby Archie was "making more noise" than ever before during their royal tour in Africa. "He clearly loves Africa as well because he's been happy looking out the window. He was bouncing up and down and making more noise than he's ever made before," according to Harry. Meghan also added, "we thought he was happy before. He's the happiest here. He's been so happy the past two days."
Baby Archie Made Waves in Africa
Not only was Archie happy in Africa, he also attended his first ever public royal engagement to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter. Meghan called the meeting "huge and significant" stating that, "I think Archie will look back on that in so many years and that right from the beginning of his life, he was fortunate enough to have this moment with one of the best and most impactful leaders of our time," noting how special the meeting truly was.
Even though the royal couple has a true love for Africa, they don't plan on moving there full time. Harry & Meghan: An African Journey airs in the U.S. on October 23rd, at 10:00 p.m. ET on ABC.