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23 September 2019, 14:18
The Duchess of Sussex couldn’t hold in her laughter as she and Prince Harry joined the dancers in Cape Town during the first stop of their Royal Tour.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex left their son, Archie, at home as they visited The Justice Desk in Nyanga, a workshop for children which educates them about rights, self-awareness and safety.
During their visit, the couple were shown some traditional dancing by some of the young women at the event, and even joined in themselves at one point.
The former Suits actress was left in hysterics as she watched her husband show off his limited dance skills, while she was beaconed into the dancing by another girl.
In footage shared on Twitter, Meghan proved she’s got rhythm as she held hands with one dancer, two stepping to the music.
Poor Harry was left without a dance partner at one point, which tickled the Duchess, but was quickly met with a woman who he swayed with to the beat.
Before dancing broke out, the couple spent some time chatting to the children and parents who are participating in projects run by The Justice Desk.
Meghan and Harry participated in a children’s workshop by The Justice Desk in Nyanga, which educates them about rights, self-awareness and safety.
The pair looked in their element as they greeted the well-wishers, and embraced the children with open arms.
The Duchess of Sussex even wore an accessory as a nod to the charity around her wrist, wearing a handmade bead bracelet which read ‘JUSTICE’.
This is the couple's second Royal Tour, having visited Australia and New Zealand last year, shortly after announcing their first pregnancy.
Less than a year later and the couple have embarked on their second tour, with baby Archie joining them on their travels.