- Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, have been seen showing numerous public displays of affection
- This has prompted many to state that the royal couple have fallen deeper in love on their trip to South Africa
- Prince Harry recently revealed that he loves the country and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have often been seen embracing locals as they tour Cape Town
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Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, seem to be loving life as they tour Cape Town as part of their tour to South Africa.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have already been seen showing numerous public displays of affection (PDAs), which has prompted many to state that the couple seem to have fallen deeper in love on their African trip.
Beuatiful photos reveal the couple holding hands, gazing into each other's eyes and even sharing a kiss in public.
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South Africans celebrated Heritage Day on Tuesday and the Duke and Duchess visited various culturally significant sites in Cape Town.
Town & Country Magazine previously reported on Prince Harry's love for Africa as he feels more alive here than anywhere else in the world.
Sunday Times reported that the couple visited Monwabisi Beach on the outskirts of the township of Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain.
During the visit, Prince Harry exclaimed, “Cape Town ... I love this place.”
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Briefly.co.za previously reported on their visit to the township of Nyanga and the warm welcome they received from dancers and a large group of locals.
Aside from showing affection towards each other, it's also been lovely to see the royal couple embracing locals so warmly.
They've hugged women and children, danced with locals and Archbishop Desmond Tutu even managed to kiss their son, Archie, on the forehead.
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