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Archie's first engagement: the photo album

He’s not quite five months old but Archie Mountbatten-Windsor has carried out his first royal engagement. The baby son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex accompanied his parents on a visit to the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation in Cape Town as day three of the family’s visit to South Africa got under way. The seventh in line to the throne looked very happy to be on royal…
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Duchess of Sussex reportedly read Roger McGough's 'The Vow' during Misha Nonoo's wedding

The Duchess of Sussex was reportedly the only guest who gave a reading at last Friday’s wedding between her fashion designer friend, Misha Nonoo, and oil executive Michael Hess. According to reports in both The Sun and the Daily Mail, Meghan reportedly read a poem entitled “Vow” by Roger McGough during the ceremony and was given carte blanche by Nonoo to choose whatever she’d like for…
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex see work supported by Archie's special baby shower

He was safely tucked up in his home from home but Archie Mountbatten-Windsor still had a starring role on the second day of his family’s tour of southern Africa. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited one of the charities that received donations from wellwishers to mark the birth of their son in May 2019. Harry and Meghan popped into The LunchBox Fund at Monwabisi Beach during a morning…
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The Sussexes in Southern Africa: Day Two Diary

Day Two of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s visit to southern Africa will see them celebrate their son. A charity which benefitted from donations made by members of the public following the birth of Archie Mountbatten-Windsor in May will get a royal visit from his…
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Sussexes in South Africa: Day 1 in Cape Town

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex kicked off their 10-day tour of Africa on Monday, arriving in Cape Town, South Africa privately in the morning before heading out to their first three engagements of the tour. Their first stop was to visit a Mbokodo workshop hosted by The Justice Desk Project in Nyanga which teaches “children about their rights, self-awareness and safety and which provides…
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