Prince Harry, Meghan Markle & Son Arrive South Africa
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have arrived Cape town.
Harry and Meghan will visit Nyanga in the Cape Flats, just outside of Cape Town, where one in 206 people are killed each year, according to recent statistics.
The couple's visit is being arranged amid a major security presence, with details kept secret until the last minute to prevent unrest.
Their baby son, Archie, who is travelling with them, will remain at their residence with his nanny.
The family-of-three arrived in Cape Town 40 minutes late this morning following their overnight British Airways flight from London.
Beaming, Meghan, 38, was pictured carrying four-month-old Archie, who sported an adorable bobble hat for the occasion.
Harry, 34, yesterday said they 'can't wait' to introduce their son to Africa before they landed in Cape Town this morning.
The couple's first stop, Nyanga, whose name means 'moon; in the local dialect of Xhosa, is one of the oldest black townships in Cape Town and was established in 1946 as a result of the migrant labour system.
Nowadays, unemployment is well above 50 per cent and HIV/Aids is a huge community issue.
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