The royal family member and his leading lady headed to Livingstone in Zambia Thursday evening to continue their vacation.
They traveled across the Kazungula border from Botswana and will be staying in the area for a few days.
According to a source, Prince Harry “has one more romantic surprise arranged for Meghan.” If all goes as planned, the Suits star will enjoy a visit to Victoria Falls.
“VIPs love to take helicopter tours of the falls,” a local source shared with The Mirror. “It’s one thing to experience them at ground level, but high up is where you really get to see how spectacular the view is and just how enormous it is.”
The couple’s latest destination comes shortly after vacationing in Africa in celebration of Meghan’s recent 36th birthday.
After arriving in Botswana, Meghan celebrated her special day with close friends of Harry. A source also revealed that a Botswana safari, trip to Okavango Delta and more was on the agenda.
“Harry knows exactly where to stay on a trip like this and he’s also worked closely with a trusted tour guide who has helped with arrangements and organizing excursions,” our insider shared. “There may be some luxury but there will be a big element of daring stuff, too. They just want to get really close to the animals and the people.”
And as the pair continues to celebrate one year of dating, some can’t help but wonder if an engagement is in the future.
While the ultra-private twosome keeps fans guessing, those close to Harry and Meghan know love is in the air.
“It’s, of course, very serious and both Harry and Meghan are focused on the future,” a source previously shared with us. “Engagement talk isn’t just between the two of them, even some of Harry’s closest aides are quietly expecting news before the end of the year.”
….Now that they have heard of that Oil company “Utulo” awe mwandi, twaingililwa once again. Watch out ma Zedians, this could be the second coming….
You cant reason. Ukenyenga is the only thing you can understand.
Kikikiki goog one
So the accidental birth of the “royal” family thing for this dude makes him news worthy? Oh please. Give me a *uck*ng break. If it was Mr. Zuckerberg or Mr. Will Smith a bit of credit would have been given. This dude? nope. Now as far as Meghan Markle. let’s just say I watched all seasons of Suits. She has earned the headline.
Harry happens to be the most down-to-earth member of any royal family you can think of. He is also carrying on the charitable work his mother was not allowed to finish due to her pre-mature departure. If you can’t appreciate dedication to the cause of the disadvantaged, and pathetically equate that to entertainment, then you are openly displaying the contents of your reasoning capacity. Probably darker than your name suggests.
Please hide or keep away our PhD Mushota, Sharon and Nubian Princess from Prince Harry, so they don’t embarrass Zambian
Imwe na imwe ba senior citizen you can’t see what the dark lord is justifiably complaining about? Why are you in Africa interested in some royal family 10,000 km away from you? Its because you are mentally colonised. You don’t pay the same adoration to the Litunga or Mpezeni’s family because you consider only your colonial master’s kings and princes as royal family. Most down to earth? Have you made an effort to know all so-called royal families. No! You just swallow what the Western media tells you. Brainwashed you have become.
Mr Dark Lord – In case you just arrived from Pluto, Will Smith was in Livingstone a coupla months back.
WELCOME TO ZAMBIA.
No news here.
Welcome to our beautiful country Harry. I hope your visit can give more publicity to this gorgeous part of Africa. I’m sure you will enjoy your stay. Do try out some local dishes (caterpillars, dried fish….) and indigenous fruits and veggies….and some local alcoholic brew (chibuku).
Welcome to Zambia our Commonwealth Prince!
Enjoy your stay and ask Prince William to come round too!
REAL ROYALTY not pangwena S*#T!
@6 The Zambian?? YOU CAN’T be ZAMBIAN WRITE THIS WORTHLESS STUFF!! For REAL PEOPLE and REAL KINGDOMS have to be white?? COLONIZED in your mentality till death!!
Bwafya nipanono! We are a nation of mental slaves who think only things from white people matter. That’s why we keep imitating them in everything. We end up knowing nothing because mimicking can’t match idoing the real thing
Harry, only your Mother Diana gave the British royal family the befitting exquisite beauty . I thought you would search the whole length and width of the earth for someone similar to your mother man. Diana was lovable big time!
Anyway welcome to Zambia and thank you for the visit young man.
The prince is fortunately blessed with a true sense of beauty, which is the one found in the heart, as opposed to brushed-up, magazine photo beauty. God bless his heart!
@Sankala 2.3 For your information, this Senior has not only attended Kuomboka, and six other traditional ceremonies honouring Zambian chiefs; but has feasted, dined, and attended receptions, with European, Asian and American socialites, admittedly under special privileges, but definitely enough to know the difference between title holders who carry their statuses (stati) on their shoulders, and a young man who only wants to be human from a tender age when he told his mother that he just wanted to take care of her, and that he was not the one, but his brother who was in line to be king. His colour blindness in the choice of a close relationship has enraged the racist neo-Nazis while endearing him to the progressive 21st Century thinkers. It’s actually wiser to pass on subjects one…
….is not well versed with, than exhibit lack of enlightenment just for the sake of being able to comment. Silence can be golden when the theme of discussion isn’t a familiar one.
Why don’t you make the same effort at knowing the families of Lamba, Lunda or Bemba kings and telling us about them the same way you are blowing this colonial prince’s vuvuzela?
I extol princes like Prince Siloka, of the Toka-Leya who gave up a lucrative career at the then Zambia Airways, and accepted the call to his village which has now become a real wonder under his reign. Prince Mbikusita gave up pursuit of national political status, and international travel, to serve the Lozi people as their Litunga. I could go on, and tell about a number of selfless princes – Zulu, Swazi,Tswana, Ndebele, and even one from Ghana and another from Benin, who gave up lucrative, western lifestyles to answer tribal calls, but I’ll stick to Zambians like Mama Kankansa’s dad, who was happy to serve/live in the background, and promoted national advancement while letting his cousin assume what others thought was his right to the throne. Want more?
Shut up. There are no Kings or Queens in Zambia. Wannabe’s, yes. Open your eyes fools!
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