Harry, Meghan and Royal Baby Archie Meet South Africa’s Archbishop Tutu
Britain’s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan brought their son Archie to a meeting with retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his wife at their foundation in Cape Town on Wednesday, September 25, which is the third day of their African tour. The couple shared video of them carrying their son, who can be heard making a coo while in Meghan’s arms.
Tutu and his wife, Leah, said they viewed the interaction with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as a “rare privilege and honor”.
A Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Tutu, who used the pulpit to preach against the injustices of white minority rule during apartheid, has battled prostate cancer for years and has largely withdrawn from public life.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are on their first overseas tour since the birth of Archie, their first child, who is accompanying them on their visit.
Harry has been visiting southern Africa for two decades for holidays and conservation work.
He will travel alone on Thursday, September 26, to Botswana, where he and Meghan took a vacation shortly after they began dating in July 2016 and returned to in 2017 for a romantic getaway. (Reuters)