Meghan Markle and her newborn son Archie will not make the company to the head of the family, Prince Harry, as part of the second part of their royal tour, because the plane provided for the flight is “too small.”
It is noted that the royal family was to visit South Africa at the end of this year. However, only the Duke of Sussex will visit Angola, Malawi and Botswana.
Sources close to the royal family confirmed this information and added that Markle refused to travel because of the size of the plane, which would not allow making a flight with a child. However, some believe that the duchess refused to fly because of the high risk of contracting a malaria.
Megan and Archie will not return to the UK, but will remain in South Africa awaiting Prince Harry, who will fly to some regions of the country alone.
Earlier it was reported that the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle remade her engagement ring.
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