Cape Town rolled out the red carpet for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who arrived in the Mother City on Monday.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited the Trinity Society Church in Nyanga, where they treated to dancing, singing, and children waving South African flags.
The Duchess had a very special message for all the women in South Africa. You can read her full speech on the link below:
The Duchess of Sussex also gave a speech saying: "You have welcomed us into this community, have been open and honest with us, both about the dangers women and children face, and about how you are addressing them."
Read the full speech here: https://t.co/6TZRdSj1Au pic.twitter.com/FRurdMrUYJ
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In Bo Kaap, Cape Town, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Auwal Mosque which was built in 1794.
TRHs spoke with faith groups to find out about the work the do in the communities and viewed the first known Qu’ran in the country. pic.twitter.com/yVfbJqiPiF
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) September 24, 2019