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Celebrity Health:

Celebrity Health:

Archie Harrison was the star of the show on
the
Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s third day of
touring South Africa on Sept. 25, and it appears no one was more smitten than Archbishop
Desmond Tutu.

Among the gifts the Duke and Duchess of Sussex received during their visit with baby Archie to
@TutuLegacy today were these beaded bracelets handmade by township women of the Ikamva Labantu organisation. View the @TutuLegacy statement on the visit at https://t.co/x1nwSsUNH5pic.twitter.com/J0ZwoPa0tt

— TutuLegacy (@TutuLegacy)
September 25, 2019

During a visit with the four-month-old, Desmond
presented the tiny tot and
Prince Harryand Duchess Meghan with a basket of items
honouring their visit. The Sussex family receied traditional South African
beaded bracelets, portable lap desks from the TuTu Desk Campaign, which
provides desks to poor children, and children’s books he had written (one was
signed by himself and the
Dalai Lama). The package also included a very sweet gift
for Harry: Framed images of his mother
Princess Diana meeting late former South African President Nelson Mandela in Cape Town in 1997.

Among gifts presented by the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was a set of framed photographs of Princess Diana’s meeting with Nelson Mandela in 1997.
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— TutuLegacy (@TutuLegacy)
September 25, 2019

The gifts were among the many Archie has
received during his time in Africa already.

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PHOTOS: All the sweet photos from Archie Harrison meeting Desmond Tutu

At an event on Sept. 23 hosted by
The Justice Desk,
an organization that teaches children about their rights and self-awareness and
safety, the royal infant received a framed inscription of his traditional Xhosa
name (Ntsika, meaning “pillar of strength”). He also got a pint-sized black and
white rugby sweater emblazoned with the words “Be A Voice For Justice.” The
shirts are sold by The Justice Desk online and
retail
for $35
.

Celebrity Health:

Meghan and Harry were so touched by the gifts they received on Sept. 23! Photo: © Chris Jackson – Pool/Getty Images

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A video shared to social media by
HELLO
UK
’s royal correspondent Emily Nash captured the presentation. It shows
Meghan and Harry beaming as they accepted the presents.

“When your beautiful boy was born, you gave
him the name Archie,” said
Jessica Dewhurst, who works with The Justice Desk,
as she presented the couple with the gifts. “The name Archie means ‘bravery and
strength.’ So to welcome Archie home, your family at The Justice Desk has given
him the traditional South African name Ntsika. This name of Xhosa African
origin means ‘pillar of strength.’ May you always be a pillar of strength for
those who need you.”

PHOTOS: The best pictures from Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry’s royal tour of southern Africa

The trio will return to the UK with
many memorable items from this tour, but they will also be leaving some things
behind.

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On Sept. 25, Meghan donated some of Archie’s
used clothing and other gifts to babies and parents being supported by the
mothers2mothers project. It trains and employs women living with HIV as
frontline health workers across eight African nations. The 38-year-old also
brought some items from her closest friends, who have had children of their
own.

“The Duke and Duchess were inundated with
gifts for baby Archie from organizations and the general public,” a source told
HELLO!
UK
. “They were incredibly grateful but one little baby can only wear so
many clothes and he’s growing fast! So the Duchess decided to being a number of
his presents to re-gift them to South African children and families most in
need.”

MORE: Full coverage of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s royal tour of southern Africa

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