Duchess Meghan’s love of Canadian style is well-documented, and she showed it off again on Sept. 25 when she chose a gorgeous printed silk midi dress by Club Monaco while she and Archie Harrison met Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter, Thandeka.
The Duchess of Sussex was beaming as she arrived at Desmond’s foundation headquarters in Cape Town, South Africa and introduced the anti-apartheid activist to her four-month-old son. The Dremah dress by the designer, which was originally founded in Toronto and now has its headquarters in New York, also features pockets! She paired it with navy heels from Manolo Blahnik. The 38-year-old kept her hair tied back in a bun.
As for her little boy, he looked nothing short of adorable, dressed in blue-and-white striped overalls from H&M that very strongly resemble a similar look his father wore around the same age!
Meghan, Harry and Archie had a wonderful time with Desmond and Thandeka, who were thrilled to meet him. Archie was also friendly to them both right away, reaching out for Desmond as soon as he saw him. Archie seemed fascinated with Thandeka, who joked that the little boy would one day be “ladies’ man” after Meghan commented that she thought her son was an “old soul.”
It’s not known whether we’ll see Archie more on tour, since Harry travels alone to Botswana, Angola and Malawi from Sept. 26 to Oct. 1 before reuniting with his wife and son in Johannesburg to wrap up the tour, which ends on Oct. 2. But we can always hope they’ll bring Archie, who was full of giggles and babbles and as sweet as could be, out for another engagement at the end of the tour.