Thursday, September 26th
Prince Harry and The Duchess of Sussex split for the next stage of the tour. While Meghan and Archie remain in South Africa, Prince Harry traveled to Botswana.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex spends part of the day in a private “Women in Public Service” breakfast at the High Commission in Cape Town.
Prince Harry Planted Trees In Chobe National Park
Prince Harry joined schoolchildren at the Chobe National Park, Botswana, for some tree planting with 200 school children from local primary schools.
Prince Harry was welcomed by his close friend Dr Mike Chase, Founder of Elephant Without Borders.Embed from Getty Images
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex with founder of Elephants Without Borders Dr Mike Chase.Embed from Getty Images
The Duke planted a baobab, which will live for 1000 years.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Prince Harry visited Kasane Health Post
Prince Harry, as Sentebale co-founding patron, visited Kasane Health Post, Botswana, which focuses on improving the mental health of young people affected by HIV.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Imageslock;’>Embed from Getty Images
Sentebale was set up by The Duke and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in 2006 to support young people whose lives have been affected by HIV.
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And it’s a wrap for today! What a wonderful time the children and young people had meeting The Duke of Sussex @RoyalFamily and sharing their experiences with him #RoyalVisitBotswana #TeamSentebale @richardmilleruk pic.twitter.com/5FUpPdHLeS— @Sentebale (@Sentebale) September 26, 2019
The Duke of Sussex Visited the Botswana Defence Force
In the afternoon, The Duke of Sussex joined the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) on a routine river patrol on the Chobe River, learning about their fight against poaching and human/wildlife conflict in Botswana.
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In the afternoon, The Duke of Sussex accompanied the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) on a routine river patrol on the Chobe River, to learn about the successes and challenges experienced by the BDF. #RoyalVisitBotswana pic.twitter.com/nEHrFWovuI— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) September 26, 2019