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4 October 2019, 14:12
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex took their son Archie on his first trip during the Royal Tour this week.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with the Archbishop and his daughter at one of Cape Town’s oldest buildings, The Old Granary.
While there, the group chatted about The Tutu and Leah Legacy Foundation over a spot of tea.
Later in the week, the royal couple shared footage from their meeting on their official Instagram page, and Meghan could be seen having a cute dance with her son.
In the video, Meghan holds up baby Archie while gently swaying back and forth. Harry is seen looking on like a proud dad, while the Archbishop was a picture of joy.
The couple wrote: “Thanks Cape Town for another impactful and memorable day! A few more highlights of this very special visit with Archbishop Desmond Tutu.”
This marked the first time we've seen baby Archie for several months. His first public appearance came days after his birth, when Harry and Meghan introduced their baby to the world at Windsor Castle.
Meghan and Harry have been undertaking a Royal Tour of South Africa, and have visited charities, organisations and programmes that resonate strongly with them both.