- Prince Harry and Meghan visited the District Six Museum on Tuesday
- The Duke of Sussex was pulled into a hug by an 81-year-old woman
- The gogo was heard asking where the royal couple's son was
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited District Six Museum on the second day of their royal tour to South Africa.
A video of their visit was shared on Instagram and it showed Prince Harry getting an enthusiastic hug from an elderly lady.
Emily Nash posted the video on Instagram and she identified the elderly lady as 81-year-old Somaya Ebrahim.
Gogo Ebrahim pulled the Duke in for a hug as she asked where their son, Archie, was.
The post read:
"This was the lovely moment earlier when Harry and Meghan got hugged by 81-year-old Somaya Ebrahim, who was in the crowd for the Queen’s first visit to Cape Town in 1947.
"She was one of around 60,000 people forcibly removed from the city’s District Six neighbourhood when the government made it whites only in 1966 but was thrilled to be back yesterday. The Duke and Duchess were visiting the District Six Museum, which tells the story of how people were forced to move out to townships under Apartheid and were visibly moved by what they heard. A fascinating day one in Cape Town - stay tuned for plenty more tomorrow!"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, met with Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu on Wednesday.
During the visit, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex introduced their son to Tutu and his daughter.
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