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Prince Harry and Meghan to Embark on First Non-Official Royal Tour of Nigeria

April 29, 2024

 

Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, is set to embark on his first non-official royal tour of Nigeria, marking a significant chapter in his post-royal life. Accompanied by his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, the couple’s visit to Nigeria is eagerly anticipated by both royal enthusiasts and Nigerian officials.

The invitation, extended by Nigeria’s chief of defence staff, reflects a desire to strengthen ties between the United Kingdom and Nigeria through cultural exchange and diplomatic engagement. Prince Harry’s decision to accept the invitation resonates deeply with Meghan, who discovered her Nigerian heritage through a genealogy test in 2022.

During their time in Nigeria, the Sussexes will engage in a series of “cultural activities” and meet with service members and their families, as reported by Nigerian media. The visit is expected to showcase the couple’s commitment to global outreach and advocacy for causes close to their hearts.

 

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams underscored the significance of the visit, noting Nigeria’s aspiration to host future Invictus Games and Meghan’s ancestral ties to the country. However, he clarified that the visit does not signal a return to public duty for the Sussexes, emphasizing Prince Harry’s personal motivations for the trip.

The anticipation surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan’s visit to Nigeria highlights the couple’s continued exploration of their identities and their dedication to fostering international partnerships. As they embark on this meaningful journey, their presence in Nigeria is poised to inspire and strengthen bonds between nations, transcending borders and embracing shared heritage.

 

 

 

 

Credit: Daily Mail

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