For weeks, there has been constant talk of Prince Harry's and Meghan Markle's upcoming trip to Africa. At first, the fans wondered if the trip would actually happen, and then they were asked whether they would bring the baby Archie or not.
Now that we have confirmation that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are going to Africa and that they intend to bring their new son, everyone is very interested in the work that they do. they will do during their stay.
According to Town and Country Magazine, the royal couple plans to travel to Malawi, Botswana and Angolo this fall, and would spend up to six months on this tour.
Given that one of the most important tasks of their trip is to resume the humanitarian work that Harry's mother, Princess Diana, has done, we must ask if this proves that Prince Harry is more like his dead mother than her big brother. , Prince William. Let's see.
Botswana is special for the royal couple
We can only imagine how much Meghan and Harry are looking forward to spending time in Botswana, because it is a place that is close to their heart and dear to them.
It was early in their relationship that they spent time there and, according to Harry, they "camped together under the stars" and "spent time getting to know each other."
No doubt this is an experience that none of them will ever forget and visiting Botswana will certainly be a special experience for them.
What will Meghan and Harry do in Africa?
The question that worries many royal fans is: what exactly will Meghan and Harry do while they are in Africa? Well, it turns out that they will do a lot of work with Princess Diana.
During their visit to Malawi, the Duke and Duchess will support Sentebale, a charity created by Harry with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho. The organization supports young children affected by HIV and AIDS and was created more than a decade ago in 2006.
Is this all that they have planned?
Most certainly not! When the couple arrives in Angola, they will honor Diana in the most special way by continuing her work with the HALO Trust. It is here in Angola that Meghan and Harry will work to eliminate antipersonnel mines, like the late Princess shortly before her death.
Known for her important humanitarian work, Diana stressed the importance of safely removing existing antipersonnel mines when she crossed an active minefield in 1997. Before starting work, however, Harry must attend a conference on the elimination of anti-personnel mines.
In the UK, The Sun, the palace said that "the presence of antipersonnel mines and remnants of civil war makes the country's areas unsafe". This work was very important for Diana, and now Harry and Meghan will continue to live his legacy.
Does this prove that Harry looks more like Princess Diana than William?
The next trip to Africa proves that Harry looks a little more like Diana than his brother. Like his mother, Harry is passionate about humanitarian work and is one of his main goals in the performance of his royal duties.
People may report that a source close to the royal family says that Harry has "so much Diana in him" and this is one of the many ways the young prince honors his beloved mother.
According to the source, Harry is likely to "follow in his footsteps" and judging by his incredible work, we must accept.