While there's no question that The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first two days in South Africa have already brought some amazing moments, from Meghan showing off her dance moves, to the moving speeches she and Harry gave on their first day in the nation's capital.
On their second day they opened up about their thoughts on mental health and also shared some adorable things about Archie which had us all wondering - is there a chance we might see his wee face soon?
So imagine our delight when Archie made his very first official appearance with his proud parents during the first engagement on day three of the tour, to visit Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Thandeka.
The Sussex's official Instagram account @sussexroyal shared adorable videos and photos from the appearance, showing Archie rocking cute baby blue overalls over a white shirt.
One image showed Meghan holding Archie as the Archbishop says hello and Harry looks on loving.
"Arch meets Archie!" Sussex Royal wrote.
"This morning The Duke and Duchess were honoured to introduce their son Archie, to Archbishop, Desmond Tutu and his daughter, Thandeka," they added.
And in a second image shared to Sussex Royal, a heartwarming black and white photograph shows the Archbishop placing a loving kiss on Archie's forehead.
"Thank you Archbishop Tutu for your incredibly warm hospitality, Archie loved meeting you!' - The Duke and Duchess," the photograph is captioned.
"The Archbishop, a globally respected figure in anti-apartheid movement, is one of the world's great champions of equality, and has spent his life tirelessly battling injustice," Sussex Royal explains.
"Their Royal Highnesses have joined The Archbishop and Thandeka to learn more about the work of The Tutu and Leah Legacy Foundation, and see first-hand how they are focussing on global awareness of the critical issues affecting the world."
The family-of-three sat down to tea and cake with the Archbishop and Thandeka, which People reports was a morning tea filled with laughter and chatter.
Harry reportedly revealed that Archie is always wanting to stand up, to which Meghan added, "He's an old soul!"
Archie's appearance marks the first proper look we've seen of the royal since his christening in July (plus a quick glimpse at the charity polo match) and he looked happy and completely at ease throughout the engagement.
And in the question that's been on the lips of many 'which parent does he take after the most?' it sure looks like he's turning into the spitting of his father, confirming the rumours that he's inherited his father's most distinguishable feature - red hair!
The reports that Archie had inherited his father's red hair began in August, when a source revealed to People that Archie was growing "tufts of red hair".
The source described Archie as a "happy baby", adding, "he has lovely, puffy little legs and tufts of reddish hair. He's really adorable."
On day one in South Africa, Meghan and Harry were asked where Archie was, to which Harry replied: "He's sleeping."
Later he revealed the long haul flight had completely tired him out saying, "He's not grouchy, just exhausted."
And on their second day the couple clearly had their four-month-old top of mind, sharing with people they met how Archie was doing.
Following the royal couple's visit to a local family in Bo Kaap to celebrate Heritage Day, Waseefa Majiet, a friend of the hosts Shaamiela and Ibrahim Samodien, told Hello! Meghan had been, "Speaking about motherhood and the transition and said that Archie was a good traveller.
"She said the transition was quite smooth because he's an easy baby and he was an easy traveller, Harry said he slept on his chest almost 11 hours [during the flight]."
Later today Duchess Meghan will head to the Woodstock Exchange to meet female entrepreneurs and investors working in technology before heading to mothers2mothers, a charity that trains and employs women living with HIV as frontline health workers.
Meanwhile Harry will be waving goodbye to South Africa, Meghan and Archie as he heads to Botswana, where he'll also undertake engagements in Angola and Malawi over the next few days.
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