This isn’t the first time the Duke and Duchess have been openly affectionate on the tour. Harry tenderly patted his wife’s bag earlier on in the beach meet-up, and the couple were spotted holding hands the earlier on in the day – a sweet PDA the couple are well-known for now.
During the Waves for Change meet-up, Harry and Meghan chatted to surf mentors from Waves for Change, an non-governmental organisation, which supports them to provide mental health services to vulnerable young people.
It’s certainly been a busy few days for Harry and Meghan.
Yesterday, the royal couple visited the Auwal Mosque, the oldest in South Africa, built in 1794, in Bo Kaap. Respecting tradition, Meghan wore an olive green button-up shirt dress teamed with a traditional cream headscarf to cover her hair.
Later on, the couple were invited to take tea with a local family.
Earlier on in the day, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend a reception for young people, community and civil society leaders at the Residence of the British High Commissioner in Cape Town. The Duchess recycled a maxi dress by Martin Grant, last worn during the couple’s royal tour of Australia.