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All the Juice About Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s African Tour


A few months after the birth of their son, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly plan to have a long African tour.

There isn’t any word from the palace about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s possible venture yet. However, reports say that the humanitarian mission of the royal couple will require them to move to Africa for about two to three years based. The continent has always had a special place in Prince Harry’s heart, and it reminds him of his mother, Princess Diana.

Following Princess Diana’s Work

Prince Harry’s mother, Princess Diana used to spend a lot of time in South Africa

The late Princess often visited the out-land of Africa such as the landmine-filled country, Angola. Prince Harry is now carrying his mother’s legacy and is set to pay the Southern African nation a visit. HALO Trust will accompany the prince and provide a Mine Clearance, Conservation, and Economic Development seminar to educate and prepare him for the work ahead.

While at the Chatham House on June 17, Prince Harry brainstormed with the Angolan Minister for the Environment, Hon Paula Coelho as well as with the discussion about the topic Connecting Conservation, Sustainable Development, and Mine Action. Because of the active mines scattered on the ground, Meghan Markle may not grace the area with her presence due to a hazardous risk.

African Venture

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to visit several countries in Africa for humanitarian work

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will also go to Malawi to hopefully expand the range of Sentebale. Founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in 2006, the charity organization supports the young victims of AIDS in Malawi and nearby countries like Botswana and Lesotho.

The Buckingham Palace remains silent about this matter though, but royal commentators express their concerns on what lies ahead for the Royals. If they take Archie with them, he could be the very first royal baby to grow up outside the United Kingdom.

Others are thinking that it may harm the family’s legacy in the long run. The discretion about Archie’s birthing details already received negative feedback from the public, and keeping him away from their people for a couple of years, may not be a good or a smart move.

Baby Archie’s Christening

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle plan to follow all family’s traditions for Archie’s christening

For now, everything’s still in a blur about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s African adventure. But, what we do know for sure, is that in the next couple of months, a traditional royal christening will take place.

Archie’s parents already broke a tradition when they arranged a photo call at Windsor Castle instead of the long-established practice of the post-birth photo call outside the St. Mary’s Hospital’s maternity quarter.

But this time, Prince Harry and Meghan assured that they will strictly obey all traditions from the christening gown, font, water, and everything else that the royal family has been following ever since.

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