By Leo Mkhuwala MFN
The British Queen’s First Grandson, Prince Harry, The Duke Of Sussex Coming To Malawi
All is set, that in a few days to come, member of the British Royal Family, Prince Harry who is also the Duke of Sussex will visit Malawi and other African countries, Royal Family source has confirmed to the British Media.
According to itinerary programme, Prince Harry will spend some 4 days in Malawi when he arrives through Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe on September 29, 2019 before his departure on October 1.
Before that, Harry will on September 24 arrive in the South African (SA) city of Cape town together with his wife, Meghan.
While in Cape town, Harry is expected to attend a workshop for children that educates them about rights, self awareness and safety and teaches girls about self defense skills with focus on empowerment.
The distinguished visitor will also visit District Six Museum and the historical homecoming centre.
On September 25, Prince Harry who is the first born child of Queen Elizabeth first born son, Prince Charles, will for the second time in his life meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The two had previously met in 2015.
Thereafter, the next destination for Prince Harry will be Botswana, Angola and Malawi where he will go alone without the company of his family which he will leave behind in SA before rejoining them after his trip to the other three countries.
During the working visit, Prince Harry will have to get through a schedule of speeches, Presidential audiences and ambassador receptions.
Duke Of Sussex is a substantive title, one of several royal dukedoms that has been created twice in the peerage of the United Kingdom (UK).
Sixth in the line of line of succession to the British throne, Prince Harry is a younger son of Charles, Prince of Wales.
He was educated at Wetherby Preparatory School, Ludgrove School and Eton College.