When Markle and Prince Harry took Archie Harrison to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu at the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation in Cape Town, it was clear that he was delighted to be around so many people.
In the past few years, the public and media have been laser-focused on and highly crticial of Meghan and Harry, causing the pair recently to file lawsuits against tabloids in the United Kingdom and speak out in a documentary about the sheer hell of living their lives with a nonstop barrage of criticism and judgment. We sat on the edge of our seats as the royal couple got brutally honest regarding how they are feeling about life in the spotlight, as well as even more personal issues including their relationships with other members of the royal family. Meghan's former friend, TV presenter Lizzie Cundy, has described her as "manipulating" and added that she's "seen a different side" to Meghan since she joined the royal family.
Still, we're not surprised by their lack of joint appearances, since Middleton recently took some time off from all royal duties during her children's autumn half-term break from school.
Prince Harry has also been blasted for confirming the rift between him and brother Prince William in the documentary.
Despite of the differences between them, Harry said that they are brothers and will always be brothers. "She told Meghan it might be okay to be so open in hippy-dippy Hollywood, but the royals keep their private feelings just that-private".
Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, observed a two-minute silence after laying their crosses.
Despite newspaper claims that royal aides are concerned a move overseas for the Sussexes could lead to an "official exit" from the wider royal family, new! mag also reckons Harry will back Meghan all the way. Now, the Duchess of Sussex is determined to prevent that from happeninjg again.
Fans are also speculating that Queen Elizabeth is pretty upset over the documentary since it did not go unnoticed that she removed a picture of Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry from her home in Buckingham Palace.
As they've been struggling to find their footing in the royal family while remaining true to themselves - the prince and duchess have reveled in their little one's calm spirit.
Prince Harry was also pictured lifting up the little girl in a sweet moment.
This is when Meghan Markle accidently calls husband Prince Harry as "H".