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Watch: Harry and Meghan have arrived in Cape Town

The couple kicked off their tour in Nyanga

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have begun the first engagement on their 10-day tour of Southern Africa in Cape Town.

Enthusiastic cheers and shouts greeted the royal couple as they kicked of their busy schedule at Nyanga Methodist Church in Nyanga township, Cape Town, on Monday afternoon.

The couple spent several minutes greeting members of the community connected to the Justice Desk initiative while musicians and dancers continued to perform in the church courtyard.

Meghan excitedly chatted to several women and embraced a number of them outside the church.

Meanwhile Harry bent down to talk to children sat on the floor, all of whom were beaming at the opportunity to meet a special visit.

More: CNN

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