The almost 5-month-old son of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, accompanied his parents to meet Desmond Tutu and his daughter Thandeka in Cape Town. Their son, Archie, who was born on May 6, has travelled to South Africa with his parents for their second royal tour. One elderly woman collapsed and had to be moved to the shade where bystanders and police officers helped her.
Meghan and Harry also visited Auwal Masjid mosque, the oldest in Cape Town. the mosque was founded in 1794.
The 87-year-old Tutu, the first black South African archbishop of Cape Town, received the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize for speaking out against the injustices of apartheid and became a principal figure in South Africa's transition to democracy.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent time at Monwabisi Beach in Khayelitsha on Tuesday as they visited a mental health service non-governmental organisation (NGO).
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Besides being distracted by Archie's cuteness, the Internet couldn't focus on anything but his identical looks to Prince Harry.
Training and partnerships manager at Waves For Change Ash Heese revealed Meghan described Harry as the "best dad".
Nazli Edross-Fakier met Harry and Meghan when they visited her sister's home in Bo-Kaap, Cape Town. Meghan greeted numerous children from The Justice Desk, who later listened to the Duchess of Sussex deliver an empowering speech about her mixed heritage.
The messages are reminiscent of supportive notes written on bananas by Meghan as she visited a Bristol charity working with sex workers in February this year.
At almost 5 months old, Archie is one of the youngest British royals in history to travel on an official trip overseas.
Earlier today, Meghan gave fans a glimpse her bond with Archie.