The second day of the African tour of the Dukes of Sussex has begun!
A few minutes ago, the dark blue Range Rover of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle parked at the entrance to one of the best beaches in South Africa – Monwabisi, which is located in the central part of Falls Bay. The guide says that this beach is wild and especially popular among local surfers, since it is here that there are very strong waves. Megan and Harry are scheduled to meet in Monwabishi with representatives from the Waves for Change community, who use surfing to treat children’s mental health problems.
After that, Megan and Harry will meet with members of the Lunchbox Fund, which daily provides food for students in local schools. And in the middle of the day, the Duke of Sussex as captain general of the Royal Marine Corps of Great Britain will go alone to the island of Seal, where he will meet with the Marine Corps of Cape Town.