Here's Why Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's son Archie Harrison won't be seen too often on Africa tour

Not too many cute pictures of Archie will be splashed across our timelines as he won't be making too many public appearances as opposed to his parents.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry,HollywoodWhen Harry and Meghan arrived in Africa, little Archie was snapped at the airport.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle began their much-talked about royal Southern Africa tour along with their five-month-old son Archie Harrison. Royal experts believe that baby Archie, however, will not be seen too often during the tour. According to Entertainment Tonight, not too many cute pictures of Archie will be splashed across our timelines as he won't be making too many public appearances as opposed to his parents. When Harry and Meghan arrived in Africa, little Archie was snapped at the airport.

As per ET’s royal expert, Katie Nicholl, she said, "Archie is the youngest royal to make such a long-distance journey -- he is only five months old. We are told the couple is hoping to involve him in the schedule at some point, but don’t expect to see too much of him on this tour." 

She added, "We are hoping to see Archie later on in the programme. The couple is hoping that he will be present for some of the engagements."  The expert also compared Archie's visits to that of Prince William and Kate Middleton's Prince George who had accompanied his parents to Australia. 

"Archie is that much younger and this is Africa -- it’s quite a different sort of work to what the Cambridges did. The work that the Sussexes are doing is very, very different [to] the sort of things that the Cambridges did in Australia and New Zealand," Nicholl revealed. On their first day of the tour Harry and Meghan danced and even sampled local food in Cape Town.  

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The second half of Day one for #SussexRoyalTour brought Their Royal Highnesses to The District Six Museum and the Homecoming Centre who are re-building their local community in Cape Town. The Duke and Duchess had a first hand look and understanding of how much of this diverse community was destroyed, with people subjected to forced relocation during the apartheid era. At the Homecoming centre The Duke and Duchess were treated to food cooked by local women that showcased the wonderful variety of recipes - and the importance of cooking to bring communities together - a topic The Duchess feels strongly about (just like Together, the cookbook from the women of The Hubb Community Kitchen which The Duchess supported this time last year). Their Royal Highnesses have had an amazing first day in South Africa and are incredibly grateful for the wonderful welcome they have received. Thank You! Stay tuned for more updates and behind the scenes moments on tour! #RoyalVisitSouthAfrica • Photo ©️ SussexRoyal / Omid Scobie / PA images

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