Cape Town, South Africa (CNN)In a few short hours, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will land in South Africa, the first stop on a jam-packed 10-day royal tour. The trip will provide the couple with an opportunity to showcase causes they’re heavily involved with as well as develop and deepen various existing ties between the UK and Africa. Here are a few moments to watch out for in the coming days: 1. Waiting for Archie Archie Harrison appears with his parents during a photocall on May 8, 2019. Only a few images have been shared of baby Archie so far, but we are expecting him to appear at his first official engagement while in South Africa. Read More When and where will depend on how he’s feeling and whether his parents feel he’s ready. When he does appear, cue a collective: “Hasn’t he grown!” followed by extended deliberations over whether he takes after his mother or his father. 2. All eyes on the Duchess While Meghan has visited the region previously, the tour will be her first trip to South Africa. Royal tours are carefully orchestrated affairs and this one has been arranged so Harry and Meghan aren’t attending… Read full this story
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