Meeting With Graça Machel
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex continue their day in Johannesburg by visiting Graça Machel, the widow of the late Nelson Mandela.
Meghan made a quick outfit change, stepping out in a blush trench dress designed by Canadian brand House of Nonie. The duchess previously wore this ensemble in July 2018 while visiting the London's Southbank Centre with Prince Harry.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reunite in South Africa to kick off the final day of their royal tour of Africa. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit at the township of Tembisa to meet with local young entrepreneurs.
The couple then spoke of their plans to address the rising unemployment rate for youth in the country at the Youth Employment Services (YES ) hub.
All About Education
Meghan Markle makes a quick outfit change, rocking a green Room 502 T-shirt dress while visiting ActionAid International to talk about gender equality in education and raise awareness to end sexual violence in schools.
Arriving In Johannesburg
Kicking off her day of solo outings, the Duchess of Sussex arrives at the University of Johannesburg to chat with academics and students about the challenges young women face while trying to access a higher education.
Meghan glows in a Banana Republic trench dress paired with Stuart Weitzman suede pumps. This is the same outfit she wore while introducing baby Archie to the world back in May.
Stepping Out In Johannesburg
Meghan Markle steps out in Johannesburg on day 7 of the royal tour of Africa, visiting with locals at the Victoria Yards.
The Victoria Yards celebrates the community by bringing together local artisans and entrepreneurs.
Honouring A British Soldier
Before reuniting with Meghan and Archie in South Africa, Prince Harry continued his visit in Malawi by paying tribute to a British soldier who was killed during a counter-poaching operation at Liwonde National Park.
A Royal Welcome
The Duke of Sussex wrapped Day 6 of the royal tour in Malawi by attending a reception hosted by Malawi's President Arthur Peter Mutharika at the State House in Lilongwe.
Surprise Skype Call
Prince Harry may have continued the royal tour solo, Meghan Markle was still with him in spirit -- and thanks to the internet, also via Skype!
The duchess made a surprise appearance via Skype while the Duke of Sussex met with a number of young women at the Nalikule College of Education in Malawi.
Prince Harry Meets Angola's President Joao Lourenco and First Lady Ana Dias Lourenco
Day six of the Royal Tour continues and the Duke of Sussex headed to the Presidential Palace where he met Angola's President Joao Lourenco and First Lady Ana Dias Lourenco.
Meeting With Leaders
The Duchess of Sussex meets with female leaders in Cape Town, South Africa to discuss the ongoing epidemic of gender-based violence in the country.
Meghan continues to show off her impeccable style by stepping out in a sophisticated monochrome J.Crew skirt and coordinating tank top.
Meghan Markle made a low-key visit to a Cape Town memorial honouring Uyinene Mrwetyana, a 19-year-old college student who was murdered last month.
The duchess paid tribute to the student by tying a ribbon at the site where she was murdered while also showing solidarity with those who have taken a stand against gender-based violence.
Visiting The Landmine Project
Prince Harry visits Angola on Day 5 of his royal tour of Africa. The Duke of Sussex retraced his mother Princess Diana’s footsteps while at the de-mining site in Dirico to raise awareness on the dangers of landmines.
Hugs All Around
Prince Harry is all smiles as he embraces Tlotlo Moilwa, a 20-year-old woman who lost her mother and father to AIDS at four years old before testing positive for HIV herself.
The duo met in London two years ago.
Meeting With Botswana Defence Force
The Duke of Sussex meets up with members of the Botswana Defence Force anti-poaching patrol to chat about their work on the Chobe River in Botswana.
Planting A Tree
Prince Harry helps a local schoolboy plant a tree at the Chobe National Park in Botswana on Day 4 of the royal tour of Africa.
Meghan Visits Mothers2Mothers
Meghan continues her third day in South Africa by meeting with health workers and families during a visit to the mothers2mothers charity organization.
Meeting Female Entrepreneurs
Embarking on her first solo engagement of the royal tour, the Duchess of Sussex steps out in an Everlane black jumpsuit while visiting Work In Progress at the Woodstock Exchange, meeting with female entrepreneurs in technology.
Baby Archie's First Appearance
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who wore the sold out Club Monaco Dremah silk dress, are all smiles as they bring their four-month-old son Archie out for his first official appearance during Day 3 of their royal tour of Africa.
The family met with Archbishop Desmond Tutu at his legacy foundation in Cape Town, South Africa.
No Engagement Ring
Meghan Markle is spotted without her engagement ring while attending a reception with Prince Harry at the British High Commissioner's residence in Cape Town, South Africa.
A "Hello!" magazine source says that the reason the Duchess of Sussex isn't wearing her engagement ring is because she wants to be "low key" while meeting the locals.
Celebrating Heritage Day
After touring the mosque, Harry and Meghan visit the locals in the region of Bo-Kaap to mark Heritage Day, which celebrates the diversity of cultures, beliefs, and traditions that make up South Africa.
Visiting A Mosque
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit the Auwal Mosque, the oldest in South Africa, in the region of Bo-Kaap.
Meghan Markle switches into an olive-green button-up dress and traditional cream headscarf for the occasion.
Hitting The Beach
Kicking off the second day of their royal tour of Africa, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit Monwabisi Beach in Cape Town to learn about the work of the Waves of Change organization.
Dining With The Locals
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit the District Six Museum, where they took time to dine with some of the locals.
Hugs All Around
The Duchess of Sussex is all smiles as she receives a hug from a resident at District Six during day one of their royal tour of Africa.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive at District Six during the first day of their royal tour of Africa.
The Duchess wore a casual blue shirtdress by Veronica Beard that she had previously worn in Tonga during her first royal tour.
The Duchess Does A Dance
The Duchess of Sussex has moves!
Meghan Markle shows off her best dance moves during a Justice Desk initiative in Nyanga township during the first day of her and Prince Harry's African tour in Cape Town, South Africa.
Interacting With The Locals
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a blast interacting with the locals in the township of Nyanga during the first day of their African tour.
Arriving In South Africa
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walk hand in hand as they visit the township of Nyanga during the first day of their African tour.