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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Are Taking Safety Precautions for Archie ‘Very Seriously’ During Africa Trip (Exclusive)

Planning an important trip! Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are heading back to Africa, this time with nearly 2-month-old baby Archie in tow.

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The location is “extremely important” to the couple, as they fell in love in Botswana during the summer of 2016, an insider close to the pair says in the new issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now.

Harry and Meghan Taking Safety Precautions for Archie
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex look on during the pre-game ceremonies before the MLB London Series game between Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees at London Stadium on June 29, 2019 in London, England. Dan Istitene - Pool/Getty Images

“It’s not only where Harry was able to spent time away from the public eye growing up — and where [Princess] Diana made a difference — but it’s also where their love grew. Going back there will be so special for them now that they’re a family.”

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However, when it comes to their excursions, they’re planning very carefully “to make sure Archie remains safe and happy throughout.”

Harry and Meghan Taking Safety Precautions for Archie US Weekly Cover

Their itinerary includes a stop in Malawi, Angola and South Africa, and while they’re excited to make it a family vacation, “it’s likely that Archie will only be present on certain safer parts of the trip, such as South Africa, leaving Harry and Meghan to travel by themselves to engagements in other countries,” another insider notes.

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For more on Harry and Meghan, watch the video above and pick up the new issue of Us Weekly.

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