Baby Archie, together with his parents the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, has arrived safely in Cape Town, South Africa.
The family has safely touched down in Cape Town for day one of their royal tour, he announced on Twitter.
They flew on an overnight British Airways flight which left an hour after its scheduled time.
This is the first royal tour for Archie, born on 6 May, at almost five months old.
Day 1 of #SussexRoyalTour is here! Harry, Meghan and Archie have safely touched down in Cape Town and later today will:— Omid Scobie (@scobie) September 23, 2019
— Visit a township which teaches children about their rights, self-awareness and safety, and provides female empowerment training to girls in the community. pic.twitter.com/pTd5OMnps8
The family will travel on a 10-day tour of Cape Town and Johannesburg, then Prince Harry will go on alone to Botswana, Angola and Malawi.
Meghan and Harry’s plans to travel to South Africa on a major overseas tour were confirmed by Nigel Casey, high commissioner to the country.
Casey also tweeted earlier today of the “perfect weather” on the morning of the royal pair’s arrival.
The pair’s plans for their upcoming tour were shared on the Sussex Royal Instagram account on 6 September.
The Sussexes will focus on “community, grassroots leadership, women’s and girls’ rights, mental health, HIV/AIDS and the environment”, it was confirmed.
The infant’s anticipated presence on the tour was confirmed by Buckingham Palace earlier this month, although details of which engagements he will attend were not provided.
Media coverage for the tour has stepped up in Archie’s honour, with 80 travelling media accredited to cover the trip together with 300 local journalists, TV crews and photographers, according to Sky News.
Meghan and Harry have already completed one royal tour in autumn last year, travelling to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga. The Duchess’s pregnancy with Archie was announced during this time.