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Smiling Meghan spotted walking dogs with Archie in Canada

Photo Credit: REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Smiling Meghan spotted walking dogs with Archie in Canada

The Duchess of Sussex has been spotted out with baby Archie, and she looks fairly thrilled to be free of the royal fold.

Smiling Meghan spotted walking dogs with Archie in Canada

Meghan took her son for a stroll in Horth Hill Regional Park on Canada’s Vancouver Island, along with her two dogs.

She smiled as she walked black Labrador Oz and beagle Guy, while eight-month-old Archie was carried on her chest in a baby carrier.

Two Royal Protection Officers accompanied her on the walk.

It comes as Prince Harry is en route to Canada to join his wife and son, after finalising details of ‘Sussexit’ with the Queen.

The Duke of Sussex made an appearance at the UK-Africa Investment Summit in Greenwich on Monday local time, to meet the presidents of Malawi and Mozambique, the prime minister of Morocco, and UK prime minister Boris Johnson.

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This morning at the UK-Africa Investment Summit, hosted by the UK Government, The Duke of Sussex met with leaders from Malawi 🇲🇼 , Mozambique 🇲🇿 and Morocco 🇲🇦- touching on investment in renewable energy, jobs, tourism, and environmental issues. The Duke has been involved in various causes in Africa for over a decade, and has helped to initiate a number of key projects in the region surrounding conservation and tourism, the threat posed by landmines and the HIV/AIDS epedemic. During their recent visit to Southern Africa last September, The Duke and Duchess met with project teams working to encourage youth employment, entrepreneurship, education and health. Through their roles as President and Vice President of The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, The Duke and Duchess have worked to support a growing network of young change-makers across the Commonwealth and will continue to do so, especially in the run up to CHOGM 2020. The Duke of Sussex’s love for Africa is well known – he first visited the continent at the age of thirteen and more than two decades later, the people, culture, wildlife and resilient communities continue to inspire and motivate him every day. Photo © PA

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He then headed to Heathrow Airport Monday evening despite previously committing to attending a reception for the summit at Buckingham Palace.

The Duke of Duchess of Cambridge instead hosted the event with Princess Anne, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie.

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