Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Africa tour has begun, but the Duke of Sussex will be leaving his wife and son back in South Africa while he travels to the other countries on his own. It will take a few days for the British royal to be reunited with his family again.

The official Africa tour has been good so far, with a video of Prince Harry and Markle dancing and laughing surfacing online. However, the Duke of Sussex will be going to Botswana on his own soon and he will leave his wife and son in South Africa.

This is Archie’s first foreign trip, and the hectic travelling schedule of Prince Harry may be too much for the toddler and his mother. According to Express, Markle will be staying back in South Africa to care for their son while her husband goes to the other countries.

The royals have been meeting community leaders and charity organizations during their Africa tour. They have been raising awareness about social issues, and this is expected to be the agenda as Prince Harry travels to Botswana, Angola, and Malawi.

Markle is also expected to continue her work while she stays back in South Africa and takes care of her son. The royals recently visited the Auwal Mosque and were hosted by a Muslim family for tea.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had a chat with Shaamiela and Ibrahim Samodien, and the topic of their son came up in the conversation, Express reported. The royals reportedly talked about how “wonderful” their son is and how good a traveler he is.

Markle reportedly remarked that her transition was an easy one because Archie is an “easy baby,” and he is also an “easy traveler.” The family took a commercial flight to Africa, and the toddler did not cause any problems in the long flight.

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