South Africa will witness the tour of royalty on the 23rd of September 2019.
The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry will be visiting the country on a Southern Africa tour with Duchess of Sussex and his wife, Rachel Meghan Markle along with their new-born baby boy.
The tour has being the talk of the day on all social media across the United Kingdom and the Duke expressed how much he anticipates showing to his beloved wife, the beauties of his second home, South Africa, as he fondly call it.
Price Harry’s love for South African is absolutely untraceable as he explained that the country has being his second home for the past two decades and he felt his wife needed to understand why he loves it in the country.
Africa is such a beautiful place, And we know they will have an awesome time there!
Their date was set months ago and the 34-year-old has showered his Instagram handle with much anticipation.
The Duke expressed that he can’t wait to show to his wife, who is visiting the country for the first time, the alluring attractions of the historical nation.
This according to the Duke will be the first official tour of his family of three.
No doubt the visit is going to be in form of a tour,
According to the Duchess, they will focus on raising grass root leadership, women’s and girls’ right, mental health, community and HIV/AIDS sensitization in the country.
The Duke’s tour wouldn’t end in South Africa as they already highlighted other important African nations to be visited.
He has been visiting Angola since 2013 to champion his mother, Diana, work on the Angola minefields.
He will again be visiting Angola, Namibia and Botswana to deliver his new self-designed initiative;
a Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy three-country partnership that involves the Governments of the three countries to save-guard Okavango Delta forest and wildlife corridors.
The Duke will consolidate on the efforts of South African women and then identify ways to promote rights of women and girls, education and health that has being the major challenges of the country.
This initiative by the Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, Prince Harry, will further empower South Africans women and improve the lives of average citizens of the country.
South Africa and other African nations can’t wait to warmly receive one of the world powerful families just as much as the Duke and Duchess are looking forward to meet the people from this part of the world.
We can’t wait to see them touring in Africa!