Plans for Day 2 of Royal Tour of South Africa
The Day 2 visits were covered extensively in the Cape Town newspapers.
Harry and Meghan are also due to see the work of the Lunchbox Fund, one of the 4 charities that benefited from donations made by the public following the birth of baby Archie.
In honour of Heritage Day, Meghan and Harry will visit the Bo-Kaap district which is known for its colourful houses and the fact that the residents are predominantly of Muslim faith, (also where the Cape Town noon Day gun is fired) and they will visit the Auwal Mosque, the oldest Mosque in the country.
The Cape Town newspaper, the Cape Argus, slated Harry and Meghan to end Day 2 with a visit to local residents who would host them for a cup of tea in their home, the same as the couple did yesterday. Later, Cape Town T.V.posted images of the visit.
The Duke and Duchess attended a garden party at the British High Commission and Prince Harry was earlier at a separate appointment with the Cape Town Marine Unit observing marine conservation.