Royal fans were thrilled to see The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's baby son Archie yesterday.
The couple took their four-month-old son to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu on the third day of their royal tour in South Africa.
A video shared to Meghan and Harry's official Instagram page showed the couple proudly showing off their son to Archbishop Tutu and his daughter Theresa Thandeka Tutu.
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The couple visited the family to learn more about the work of The Tutu and Leah Legacy Foundation.
Archie looked adorable in light blue dungarees, a white top and white socks.
At one point in the footage, Meghan is seen dancing with Archie - who definitely entertained the Archbishop and his daughter.
The post was captioned: "Thanks Cape Town for another impactful and memorable day! A few more highlights of this very special visit with Archbishop Desmond Tutu."
Fans were left gushing over Meghan and Archie and many couldn't believe how much the tot looks like his dad Harry.
One person said: "He looks so much like Harry and he’s a happy baby."
Another wrote: "Motherhood looks so good on Meghan," while a third added: "Wow he looks just like Harry when he was a baby."
On Tuesday, the couple visited the family and friends of locals Shaamiela and Ibrahim Samodien for a cuppa in the Bo-Kaap district of Cape Town.
And during their visit, Meghan and Harry praised their "wonderful" son for being an "easy traveller".
According to The Sun, Mrs Samodien said: "They mentioned Archie and said how wonderful he is and he’s a wonderful traveller."
Family friend Waseefa Majiet added: "Meghan was 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."
Earlier in the day, Meghan described Harry as the "best dad" during a meditation session on Monwabisi Beach with members of Waves For Change - an organisation which trains and supports local surf mentors to provide mental health services to young people.
Training and partnerships manager at Waves For Change Ash Heese 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 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."
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