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Duchess Meghan donates some of Archies hand-me-downs to a South African charity

Meghan visited the charity mothers2mothers on her third day in Cape Town.

Just a day before touching down in South Africa to undertake an official royal tour, it was announced The Duchess of Sussex would be adding a last minute addition to her engagement itinerary where she'd visit mothers2mothers, a charity which trains and employs women living with HIV as frontline health workers.
On her third day in South Africa, Meghan paid a visit to the charity and she came bearing gifts.

According to Hello! the new mum brought along two large bags of baby clothes which had been outgrown by her son Archie (who we had a chance to see earlier in the day), as well as children of friends, which she passed on to clients at mother2mothers.
Included in the bad were two little onesies, one with the words 'The Future' written across it, and the second with the Invictus Games logo.
Meghan met with mums and their children at the charity mothers2mothers, and came bearing gifts. (Image: Getty)
"Here's a few little things that I thought would be helpful," she said as she held them up.
"I just thought that, in the spirit of community, what's so nice is to be able to share some of the things that we have at home as well," Meghan told the hosts.
"And so we can obviously make sure everything you need is provide for you, but we've brought some of the things that my friends and I used for our kids and Archie, that don't fit anymore."
Meghan brought along clothing which Archie and her friends' children had outgrown. (Image: Getty)
Gesturing to the bags of clothing, Meghan added: "There's all sorts of things there. It's important to be able to share with other families… you're all in this together and with each other and so we just wanted to share something from our home to each of yours."
According to People Meghan also came with books, pens and other gifts for the mothers2mothers group and sat cross-legged on a play mat as she played with the babies and talked to their mothers.
Meghan wore a black Everlane jumpsuit, with black suede pumps and statement gold earrings by GAS Bijoux. Meghan has been spotted wearing the jumpsuit before, rocking it in a behind-the-scenes video of the cover shoot for Meghan's guest-edited issue of British Vogue.
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In the morning Meghan and Harry delighted the world when they brought four-month-old Archie along to their private engagement with Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Thandeka, to learn about The Tutu and Leah Legacy Foundation.
Archie's debut on the southern Africa tour, marked the first time the world has had a proper glimpse of the young royal since his christening photographs in July and if one thing was clear, it was that he sure is the spitting image of his father, Harry!
Archie is the spitting image of Prince Harry - he even seems to have inherited his red hair! (Image: Getty)
Later in the day the Duchess visited the Woodstock district in Cape Town to join female entrepreneurs who shared their passion for ideas, technology and making a positive social impact.
The women shared with Meghan how they started in business, the journey they'd been on – their successes and struggles – but also their ambitions for the future.
Earlier in the week Meghan and Harry undertook a number of joint engagements across Cape Town including taking part in a youth mental health initiative, celebrating Heritage Day with local families with Meghan even breaking out a few dance moves with some local dancers.