In fact, one group of locals were so taken with the Duchess of Sussex that they called her their "queen" at an engagement on Wednesday.
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The Duchess visited the 'Ladies Who Launch' event at the Woodstock Exchange, a technology hub focussed on highlighting the skills and mentorship of the female entrepreneurs changing the landscape of employment in South Africa.
After the event, crowds of well-wishers sung to their 'African Queen' as the Duchess ofSussexleft the engagement.
Around 50 women sung "African queen, there's a new tomorrow, African queen, a dream we can follow," as Meghan left the Woodstock Exchange.
Meghan responded with a smile and a wave to the excited fans.
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Meghan has been undertaking a series of solo visits in Cape Town while Harry extends his tour throughout Africa.
On Wednesday the Duchess of Sussex also visited not-for-profit organisation 'mothers2mothers'.
The organisation trains and employs women living with HIV as frontline health workers across eight African nations.
Harry and Meghan will be reunited in Johannesburg next week.
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