Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are on a roll with their Royal Tour!
The new mothers touched down in Cape Town, South Africa on Monday
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While taking part in a beachside group mindfulness activity on Tuesday with Waves for Change — an organization which supports local surf teachers and mentors in providing mental health services to young people living in under resourced communities — the Duke and Duchess of Sussex opened up about parenting!
During a “power hand” session, where one participant identifies a strength and meditates about it, one coach suggested to Meghan her strength was dancing. No doubt after watching the couple show off their dance moves during their first appearance in Nyanga on Monday!
As reported by People , Ash Heese , a manager at Waves for Change shared 😛 TAGEND
” She laughed and said,’ Not that .’ She said parenting is the new strength that she and Harry are learning .”
Heese continued, sharing 😛 TAGEND
” She said,’ He’s the best dad ,’ and[ Harry] said,’ No, she’s the best mom.'”
Though the almost five-month-old wasn’t present for Tuesday’s activities, he received a gift from the team, a onesie and framed illustration of the “power hand” activity. Heese added about the couples’ demeanor 😛 TAGEND
” They were very engaging and very willing to talk to the coach-and-fours on their level. The coach-and-fours are the heart of our project — without them nothing happens. The young coach-and-fours were incredibly relaxed with them — and that comes down to how the couple built them feel relaxed and engaged .”
Ch-ch-check out more from the meditation circle( below ):
Following their journey to Monwabisi Beach, the couple paid a visit to the Auwal Mosque , the oldest mosque in South Africa, build in 1794. For the change in scenery, the former Suits superstar had a quick outfit change into an olive green long sleeve maxi dress and cream headscarf( watch the photos HERE ).
As we previously reported on Monday, Harry elaborated( below) on hoping to be a positive role model for his young son while speaking to a group after visiting a women’s self-defense class with Meg 😛 TAGEND
” No human is born to cause harm to women. This is learned behavior and a cycle that needs to be broken. So now, it’s about redefining masculinity, it’s about creating your own footprints for your children to follow in, so that you can make a positive change for the future. To me, the real testament of your strength isn’t physical, it’s what’s up here and what’s in here. Your strength is in your spirit, which for me means honoring and protecting my wife, and being a positive role model for my son .”
Hopefully he’ll make an appearance at some phase over the next few days on the tour !!
[ Image via 5 News/ YouTube . ]