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Royal Fans Will Not See Many Archs During Prince Harry and Megan Markle's Africa Tour, According to Expert

Prince Harry and Megan Markle arrived for the first day of their 10-day royal tour in Africa today – and fans were excited to see baby Archie! As the couple set off on their day schedule, Archie was no longer with them, leaving many to wonder what part of the baby we would see during their visit.

  Prince Harry Megan Markle baby Archie Africa tour
Megan Markle and Prince Harry | Karwai Tang / WireImage

Baby Archie had a brief stay

Sussexes had quite a few days booked during her royal tour
and it is likely that their nearly five-month-old baby will not be theirs at all

During one of their stops for the day, touring the Museum of District Six, they were asked, "Where's Archie?" tired of the trip, saying, "It's not rude, just exhausted."

Archie was given an African name

Although he was not with his mother and father when they attended the Justice Desk, where they attended a children's workshop self-protection, baby Archie was bestowed a special honor – given an African name.

Jessica Duhurst, CEO of The Justice Desk, presented Sussex with a special name for Archie – Nzika. The African name was chosen for him by the community grandmothers and means "pillar of power".

Dehurst announced, "When your beautiful boy was born, you
gave him the name Archie. The name Archie means "courage and strength." So
Welcome Archie home, your family at the justice office gave him
the traditional South African name is Ntsika. This name of African origin Xhosa means
Pillar of Power. Always be a pillar of strength for those in need
you. "

How Much Will We See Archie?

Royal fans only got the briefest glimpse of baby Archie when the family arrived in Africa, but of course they hoped to see more of Prince Harry and Markle little. It turns out that fans may not see as much of it, according to royal expert Katie Nicole.

Nicole shares with Entertainment Tonight : "Archie is the youngest king to have made such a long distance journey – he is only five months old. We're told the couple hopes to include him on the schedule at some point, but don't expect to see too much of him on this tour. "

She added:" We hope to see Archie later at
program. The couple hopes he will attend some of the
commitments. "

Nickel also stopped by why the couple split
during the tour and why Archie can't travel with Harry to some of the stops he
has planned. She said: "It would be almost impossible to take such a small amount
baby on a small charter flight to many rural areas of Africa wherever there is
malaria. Flying in such a small plane would be very difficult, and Harry is
you will go to very remote parts of the country. that's why
the program is split. Harry will come down and travel. [and] Megan will stay
behind the baby here in Cape Town. ”

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