Getting the first glimpse of Archie in a while, he was spotted in mum Meghan’s arms wearing a white knitted pompom beanie as the royal family arrived in Cape Town yesterday.
However, during their first day of events in Cape Town, Archie was nowhere to be seen, reportedly staying behind with their nanny.
Naturally, everyone is eager to see Archie, so when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were visiting the District Six Museum - which was created to honour the 60,000 inhabitants of various races who were forced to relocate from the area during Apartheid in the 1970s - one of the attendees was quick to ask, “Where’s Archie?”.
The question came from 81-year-old Somaya Ebrahim, who is a former District Six resident. Somaya nabbed herself a hug from Harry and Meghan before enquiring about the whereabouts of their newborn.
“He’s sleeping,” Harry told her.
When asked a similar question by someone else, Harry alluded to Archie being jet-lagged from their long trip.
“He’s not grouchy, just exhausted,” Harry said.
While we may not see a lot of Archie during their visit, it means a lot to Harry that he can share parts of Africa with his son and wife. Earlier this month he wrote on Instagram, “On a personal note, I can’t wait to introduce my wife and son to South Africa! We’ll see all of you very soon.”
During their visit, Meghan, Harry and Archie will be joined by an entourage of 13. Among their team are their nanny, their hairdresser, and their new private secretary Fiona Mcilwham.