Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were greeted with a welcome chant and dance during their visit to Africa. The two royals joined the children in the dance, and a video of them dancing has surfaced online.

After showing off some dance moves in Nyanga township in Cape Town, Markle got to dance again. A video of her dancing with the children and mentors of the charity Waves for Chance has been posted on Express. The Duchess of Sussex is joined by her husband, as the two of them clapped and copied the movies of the kids.

The welcome chant is called Kilo. Markle was seen chatting with one of the children in the circle, who was showing the royals how to do the dance moves. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex appeared to have a good time, as they were seen laughing and dancing during their welcome.

Markle and Prince Harry brought their four-month old son Archie to the trip. This is the young royal’s first international trip. The royals are currently on a 10-day tour of South Africa.

One of the most emotional moments for the royals during their visit to Nyanga was that the township’s grandmother gave their son a traditional Xhosa name. The name Archie means bravery and strength, the human rights organization Justice Desk’s executive director Jessica Dewhurst said. The Xhosa African name of the toddler is Ntsika, which is similar because it means “pillar of strength.”

“May he always be a pillar of strength for those who need him,” Dewhurst said about Archie and his African name.

The royals will be going to Angola, Botswana, and Malawi during this trip. They will be raising social issues during all their engagements. One of the issues that Markle and Prince Harry are passionate about is mental health, and they have asked people to fight the stigma associated with this problem, Express reported.

prince-harry meghan markle Prince Harry and Meghan Markle speak on stage during WE Day UK 2019 at The SSE Arena on March 6, 2019 in London. Getty Images/John Phillips