Prince Archie who is accompanying his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, in the African tour has made his first full-fledged public appearance.
Britain’s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are on their first overseas tour since the birth of Archie, their first child.
The royal couple brought their four-months old son Archie to a meeting with retired archbishop Desmond Tutu and his wife his wife Nomalizo Leah Tutu at their foundation in Cape Town, Wednesday, September 25, the third day of their African tour.
Baba Archie, on his first royal engagement, was photographed while sitting on his mother’s lap while his father chatted with the 87-year-old Tutu, a veteran of South Africa’s anti-apartheid movement and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
Archbishop Tutu, who as Anglican archbishop of Cape Town used the pulpit to preach against the injustices of white minority rule during the apartheid era, has battled prostate cancer for years and has largely withdrawn from public life.