Washington D.C. [USA], June 29 (ANI): Meghan Markle and Prince Harry hired a third nanny in six weeks to take care for their son Archie after the previous two stopped working for the royal couple amid rumours that Duchess of Sussex is hard to work for.
According to their social media post, Markle and Prince Harry will travel to South Africa, and then the duke will visit Malawi and Angola.
The palace confirmed that Harry will also visit Malawi and Angola at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and will also undertake a "working visit" to Botswana. Kate, who became known as Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge upon her marriage, gave birth to the couple's first child, Prince George, in July 2013, followed by their daughter Princess Charlotte in May 2015.
The couple wrote in their Instagram post that they were looking forward to raising awareness of the work local communities are doing "across the Commonwealth and beyond".
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One said: "It's gonna be the best tour ever!" while another gushed: "Archie's first overseas trip is AFRICA".
Speaking of their upcoming trip yesterday, Britain's High Commissioner to South Africa commented: "That's great news for us, and I predict it's also good news for the South African economy". While Elizabeth has cordial relationships with Prince William and Prince Harry's wives, she can't allow herself to form a special bond with the Duchesses. Harry, 34, was named Commonwealth Youth Ambassador previous year by Queen Elizabeth. The first nanny was a night nurse", the source said."But Harry and Meghan do not want to rush this or take any risks getting this decision right.
The Sussexes' post also highlights the reason for their trip, with many wondering whether Harry would travel to places where his late mother, Princess Diana, carried out much of her conservation work and charitable efforts overseas.