Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived in Cape Town Monday to begin their 10-day tour of South Africa.
Meghan was pictured snuggling four-month-old son Archie as the royals touched down in the capital before they later arrived in Nyanga township. They were greeted by local children and the Justice Desk, which works to empower women and children living in vulnerable communities.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who took a commercial British Airways flight, were said to have arrived with numerous gifts, which had previously been given to Archie.
According to the Sun, Harry and Meghan will hand clothes, books, and other items over to the charity mothers2mothers — an organization that trains and employs women living with HIV as community health workers.
A source said: “The duke and duchess were inundated with gifts for baby Archie from organizations and the general public.
“They were incredibly grateful, but one little baby can only wear so many clothes and he’s growing fast.”
“So the duchess decided to bring a number of his presents to hand out to South African children and families most in need.
Harry and Meghan, who attended Misha Nonoo’s wedding in Rome over the weekend, will also visit the District Six Museum and the District Six Homecoming Centre on their first day of the tour.