The Duke and Duchess of Sussex Harry and Meghan together with the son Archie arrived in South Africa for a ten day tour beginning in Nyanga and were greeted by hundreds of fans and well wishers all over cape town.
SOUTH AFRICA: For many this was seen as a historic moment that would remains in the hearts and minds of fans and well wishers of the Royal family’s Duke and Duchess as they arrived in Cape Town South Africa as part of their ten day tour of Southern Africa. The
The Duchess gave a remarkable speech saying:
While I am here with my husband as a member of the Royal family,” said the Duchess in a two-minute personal address, “I want you to know that for me, I am here with you as a wife, as a woman, as a woman of colour and as your sister. I am here with you and I am here for you.”
While celebrating with the people of Nyanga The Prince and Duchess were presented with a Traditional South African Xhosa Name for Baby boy Archie who is all but four and half months old and was not present at the township square with his parents. The Grandmothers of the township named him Ntsika which translate as ‘Strength’ or ‘bravery’
Later in the day the pair were seen in the streets of Cape Town after changing into something casual but stylish. People lined the sideways and corners shouting and waving hoping to get pictures and videos of the royal couple who were filled with excitement as they waved and walked along. At some point they could not contain their excitement and went to the crowd of supporters and fans – shaking hands and signing Autographs.
They then rounded up their visit for the day with a short stop at cooking event where they tasted some of the local cuisines.