Prince Harry and Meghan have taken baby Archie Harrison to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu on the third day of their African tour.
The Duchess of Sussex carried the couple’s four-month-old son in her arms as they attended the charity foundation in Cape Town, South Africa.
Archie is the youngest royal ever to go on an official royal trip, with today marking his first official appearance alongside his parents.
Meghan introduced him to the Archbishop and his wife Leah, before he later caused the couple to fall into fits of laughter by pulling faces in her lap.
The duchess joked that her son was ‘an old soul’ while Harry commented about his relaxation in front of the cameras: ‘I think he is used to it already.’
Tutu’s daughter, Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe, was also present at the meeting, telling Archie: ‘You like the ladies. He’s going to be a ladies man.’ The archbishop, who dedicated his life to preaching against the injustices of white minority rule during apartheid, has battled prostate cancer for a year. Democrats start ‘formal impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump’ Ahead of the meeting, Leah said she and her husband saw the interaction with the Sussexes as a ‘rare privilege and honour’. Meghan and Harry had already met Ms Tutu-Gxashe as part of their tour around South Africa. Ms Tutu-Gxashe described her father’s health as ‘up and down’ but said he is mostly ‘doing okay’.
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