Meghan Markle generously donates Archie’s baby clothes to South Africa charity


 The Duchess of Sussex shared her sentiment on Instagram where it was revealed she donated two large bags of clothes that Archie, born in May, had outgrown The post said: “This afternoon in South Africa, The Duchess has continued to meet incredible women from Cape Town “@mothers2mothers does amazing work to train and employ women living with HIV as frontline health workers  “All of the women The Duchess met today are from Khayelitsha and the role they play as ‘Mentor Mothers’ is a lifeline to families in their community ” Meghan, 38, said: “It’s so important we’re able to share what’s worked for our family and know that we’re all in this together with each other  “So we wanted to share something from our home to each of yours.” The post had its own hashtag #RoyalVisitSouthAfrica  The post came with a touching image of Meghan laying with a little girl. One commenter said: “The true children’s princess ’ Another said: “I truly love this tour. It’s the best!” A third added: “That’s so sweet of Meghan and her friends to do mothers2mothers seems absolutely incredible and so important ” READ NOW: Meghan Markle opens up about being a working mum to Archie   The gesture comes on the third day of a 10-day tour of South Africa and surrounding nations that also featured Archie  The baby joined his parents Meghan and Prince Harry to meet Desmond Tutu in Cape Town this morning  The four-month-old stole the show as he grinned and giggled in his mum Meghan’s arms ahead of the very special meeting  Heartwarming footage of the Sussex clan off to meet Archbishop Tutu was shared via their Sussex Royal account  DON’T MISS:  Meghan Markle opens up about being a working mum to Archie  Meghan Markle warned against ‘dangerous’ move on South Africa tour Archie’s similarities to Prince Harry sends fans into frenzy  Royal fans were delighted to see Archie out in public after he has kept a low profile since his birth in May  The young royal was captured cooing in his mum’s arms as they made their way to meet the Tutus  The footage of Archie is the first fans have seen since he was snapped at Cape Town airport on Monday  Archie was photographed being carried by Meghan and wearing a white bobble hat as they made their way off the plane  Baby Archie’s first royal engagement is a momentous one as Archbishop Tutu was a key human rights and anti-apartheid activist winning the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984. Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams described the moment as “a historic meeting ” After meeting the Archbishop and his wife, Leah, at the headquarters for their Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation, Meghan and Harry have split their tour  Meghan will stay in South Africa with Archie as Harry heads to three other southern African countries  Prince Harry will first visit Botswana before flying to Angola and Malawi for a few days while Meghan remains busy in SA  Meghan still has a packed schedule in South Africa while Harry is away but she has a couple of days rest scheduled in as well  The Duchess is understood to be staying in South Africa so that she can care for little Archie  The Sussexes will then reunite in Johannesburg for the final two days of the tour Trending  Meghan and Harry have already made a warm impression on those they have met in South Africa  The modern duo have been more tactile than most royals on tour and have dished out hugs to those they have met  The Duke and Duchesses seem comfortable doing things differently and even shared a kiss in front of cameras yesterday

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