Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan visit Monwabisi beach as a part of their royal tour to South Africa.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are on their very first royal tour with their 4-months-old son, Archie Harrison-Mountbatten Windsor to South Africa. The royal highnesses are exploring the culture of South Africa and intermingling with the locals.
On the second day of their 10-days royal tour to South Africa, the royal couple headed to Monwabisi beach in Cape Town on Tuesday. They went to observe the work of Waves for Change, an organization that supports local surf mentors to provide mental health services to vulnerable young people living in under-resourced communities through surfing. It provides support to around 1,200 Children.
The Duke and Duchess were dressed casually in a green button-down shirt with beige trousers, and in a white button-down shirt with black pants and a blue denim jacket, respectively. The couple had received a briefing in the compound before meeting the surf mentors and taking a walk on the beach to participating in a group activity to promote positive thinking. They even indulged with the surfers in dancing.
On the second day, they learned about the non-profit organization, The Lunchbox Fund. It is a charity that provides nearly 30,000 nutritious meals every day to Waves for Change programs and schools in South Africa’s townships and rural areas.
Harry and Meghan started their tour with the first stop at Nyanga Township on Day-1 of the tour, where they viewed a workshop that teaches children about their rights and provides self-defense classes. They were greeted by the local community with huge cheers. They were spotted getting indulged with the people and showering affection on the little kids.
It is a fulfilling tour so far for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who were overwhelmed with the kind of welcome they received in Cape Town from locals. The people of South Africa are also consistently gushing about the humility and kindness of the royalty.