Hear ye, hear ye: Buckingham Palace just announced the first big royal tour for Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and royal baby Archie...and the new family of three is headed to Africa this fall.
The Sussexes (yep, even newborn baby Archie) will travel to Africa, visiting the countries of Angola, Malawi and South Africa later this year, according to ITV. During the tour, Harry and Markle will carry out the legacy of Princess Diana’s humanitarian work by spending time on the continent she loved and often traveled to.
In Malawi, Prince Harry will continue his work with his Sentebale charity, which focuses on supporting children affected by HIV and AIDS in Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi. In Angola, Harry and Meghan will further the work of Harry's mother, Princess Diana. Just a few months before her tragic death, the late princess was pictured wearing a visor and walking through a field of active mines in the country when one detonated nearby. Diana sought to bring awareness to the presence of land mines in civil-war-torn areas.
Buckingham Palace announced on Tuesday that Harry will attend a conference on land mines in London ahead of the tour, which is expected to take place this fall.