The Duke of Sussex kissed his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, goodbye as he took on a solo engagement on the second day of their royal tour to Africa.
On Monday, the couple arrived in Cape Town with their four-month-old son Archie and immediately got stuck into royal engagements as their baby boy stayed with a nanny.
Meghan and Harry visited Monwabisi Beach today to learn about the work of Waves For Change, an organisation which trains and supports local surf mentors to provide mental health services to young people.
They took part in a meditation session called a "power hand" exercise with members of the organisation.
During the activity, Meghan and Harry complimented each other's parenting skills.
Training and partnerships manager at Waves For Change Ash Heese revealed Meghan described Harry as the "best dad".
She told reporters: "We were invited to share our strengths and identify our strengths. Meghan looked a little bit hesitant so one of our coaches suggested that Meghan’s dancing was her strength.
She then said that he is the best dad and he said no, she is the best mum.
"She laughed and said I don’t think so but parenting is a new strength that she and Harry are learning and developing.
"She then said that he is the best dad and he said no, she is the best mum."
It was then time for Harry to embark on a solo engagement without his wife.
The dad-of-one kissed his wife goodbye before leaving her to head to the dock to travel by boat to Seal Island, Kalk Bay, with the City of Cape Town Marine Unit.
Harry will rejoin wife Meghan later today and the pair will visit the Bo Kaap area, where they will visit the Auwal mosque and a local resident's home for a cuppa.
They will finish the second day of engagements by visiting the Residence of the British High Commissioner in Cape Town to attend a reception for young people, community and civil society leaders.
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