Baby Archie and Meghan Markle spotted leaving Cape Town after special visit

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  • Baby Archie has been spotted leaving Cape Town with mum Meghan Markle. The flight came after Duchess Meghan made a special visit in the South African city.

    • Baby Archie has been spotted leaving Cape Town with mum Meghan Markle, as they embarked on a flight to their next destination.
    • The flight came after Duchess Meghan made a special poignant visit in the South African city.
    • The royal news comes after fans spotted a cute moment between baby Archie and Duchess Meghan in a new Instagram video.

    Baby Archie and Duchess Meghan have been spotted leaving Cape Town as they embark on the next part of their royal tour.

    The Sussex family have been in South Africa for the last week on their first royal tour as a family of three.

    On going to Cape Town baby Archie made history, as he set off on his first royal tour at only four-months-old, younger than any other royal.

    And now the baby and mother have been spotted headed out of the South African capital as they embark onto the next phase of their trip.

    The pair were pictured boarding a British Airways flight at Cape Town International Airport as they left the city.

    Prince Harry already left the capital earlier this week to carry out solo engagements in Botswana.

    Before leaving the capital, Duchess Meghan made a special visit to the site where a 19-year-old Cape Town student was murdered last month.

    ‘“Simi kunye kulesisimo” – ‘We stand together in this moment’,’ they wrote on their Instagram page, alongside a picture of the Duchess tying a ribbon onto a pole.

    ‘The Duchess of Sussex has tied a ribbon at the site where 19-year-old Cape Town student Uyinene Mrwetyana was murdered last month, to pay her respects and to show solidarity with those who have taken a stand against gender based violence and femicide. Over the last month in Capetown, protests erupted through the streets in outrage over GBV in South Africa.

    ‘The Duke and Duchess had been following what had happened from afar and were both eager to learn more when they arrived in South Africa. The Duchess spoke to the mother of Uyinene this week to relay their condolences.

    ‘Visiting the site of this tragic death and being able to recognise Uyinene, and all women and girls effected by GBV (specifically in South Africa, but also throughout the world) was personally important to The Duchess’.