The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived with their four-month-old son, Archie, in tow for the start of their 10-day tour via an overnight British Airways flight.
Archie Mountbatten-Windsor was bundled up for the flight in a cream knit hat, cradled by his parents before being left with his nanny while the Duke and Duchess travelled to Nyanga township.
The royal couple have reportedly opted to keep things as relaxed as possible on their tour. According to Vanity Fair, the Sussexes won’t be enforcing any protocol for the public when addressing the pair, and will gladly answer to an informal greeting of their first names and not require the public to bow or courtesy.
However despite the informalities, the Sussex clan is ready to get to work.
“This isn’t a holiday and they don’t want it to look like one,” a source revealed to Vanity Fair. “This has been months in the planning and a lot of hard work has gone into the schedule. Their Royal Highnesses want to do some serious work on the ground, particularly at a community level.”
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