Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had an *epic* tour of Africa when they were here a couple of weeks ago, and it seems like there is still more information to be released.
Journalist, Tom Bradby, who previously shot a documentary of Prince Harry’s tour of Africa in 2016, tweeted the news a few days ago:
Just finished filming a documentary on Harry and Meghan in Africa. I think it will explain a lot when it airs.
— tom bradby (@tombradby) October 3, 2019
Bradby is a former royal journalist, who currently works at ITV. He gave no further information about what the documentary will focus on or when it would air.
He is also a friend of Prince Harry and Prince William and was present at Harry and Meghan’s wedding.
According to Hello! Magazine, Archie is also very likely to make an appearance as he featured quite heavily on the visit with Desmond Tutu.
Town & Country suggested that the line, ‘I think it will explain a lot when it airs’ might refer to the news that Prince Harry has sued various tabloids over the misuse of private information, infringement of copyright, and breach of the Data Protection Act 2018.
The announcement was made while the Duke and Duchess were still on tour in Africa.
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In her final speech of #RoyalVisitSouthAfrica, The Duchess of Sussex had an important message to young people around the world (swipe ➡️ to see full): • “I remember being a young girl watching TV and seeing what was happening in the world, and frankly, often feeling despair. When you constantly see and hear negativity, it can be overwhelming; you can feel powerless, and lost, you can feel different, confused, or like you just don’t belong. And I’m sure there is a young girl or boy watching this and thinking the exact same thing. So, this is for you. In a world that that can seem so aggressive, confrontational, and dangerous, you should know that you have the power to change it. Because whether you’re here in South Africa, at home in the UK, the US or around the world, you actually have the power within you to change things, and that begins with how you connect to others. I have learned from the people I’ve met here, that whether it’s about society’s expectations of masculinity or femininity, or how we divide ourselves by race or faith or class or status- everyone has value, and everyone deserves to be heard and respected. And if you live your life in thatway, your generation will start to value each other in ways the rest of us have not yet been able to do so.” • Video ©️ SussexRoyal
We can’t wait to see what new information will be revealed in the documentary!
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