Meghan and Harry to visit South Africa, Angola and Malawi

Prince Harry

Prince Harry

Botswana, in particular, has always been a special place for the royal couple, as it's been widely reported that country is they first place they ever traveled together at the very beginning of their relationship.

On June 20, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they had formally parted ways from the charity foundation they shared with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Some have claimed Meghan Markle is the first mixed-race member of the Royal Family.

Carrying on the legacy of Princess Diana's humanitarian work on the continent that she loved and often spent time in, Prince Harry and Meghan will be visiting the same areas and interacting with people on ground.

Harry, 34, will also visit Angola and Malawi at the request of Britain's Foreign Office and conduct a working trip to Botswana while in the region.

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There's a high risk of malaria in Malawi and Angola, according to the International Association for Medical Assistance to Travellers.

Africa is also close to both Harry and Meghan's hearts.

Meghan will also technically be on maternity leave, with experts suggesting she would take six months off from her royal duties to concentrate on being a new mum.

Because they are no longer within the walls of Kensington Palace, former head of royalty protection Dai Davies told The Daily Mail new provisions were necessary in order to protect their new home.

They recently shared a never-before-seen photo from that trip on their joint Instagram, explaining that during the holiday, they helped the organization Elephants Without Borders to equip an elephant with a satellite collar, which allowed conservationists to better protect him and other elephants from poachers. The couple, who tied the knot in May 2018, plan to bring their 1-month-old son, Archie, along for the tour. I have no doubt that these two are unbelievable parents. One element you may have missed, though, adds almost $1 million to the Sussex family's increasing cost of living: 20 officers to guard their home. "Right in the feels, so excited for the three of you!" Archie, ready thy royal passport! "Can't wait for this tour", said another fan.

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