Monday, September 23, 2019

The Royals are in Cape Town.

On Monday, the Mother City will welcome the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the first day of their tour to South Africa and some of its neighbours. The 10-day tour will keep the royals busy, with a total of 35 engagements on their itinerary. For the next three days, Harry and Meghan will interact with numerous communities across Cape Town.

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan is scheduled to have a busy first day, with three events. The Duke and Duchess will be welcomed by British High Commissioner to South Africa, Nigel Casey, who tweeted that he was looking forward to their visit. On Monday the tour officially starts on Monday afternoon they will visit a township in Cape Town where the royals will meet locals – the details of this event has, however, been kept secret.

They will head to District 6 after that, where they will tour the museum and learn about the history of the area. During this tour the royals will also meet former residents of the area who were forcibly relocated during apartheid. The busy first day ends in District 6 where Harry and Meghan will join a local cooking activity.

It's not clear if South Africans will get a glimpse of the couple's five-month-old son, Archie, but speculation is that there are plans to have the youngster at some of the engagements.

By: Ellouise Muller

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