Four-month-old Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor made his royal tour debut on Wednesday morning, joining proud parents Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for a visit to the Tutu Legacy Foundation in Cape Town.
The Sussexes met with human rights activist Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter, Thandeka.
Archie was all smiles as he sat on his mother’s lap during the visit, clad in a pair of striped dungarees, which cost £12.99 from H&M’s conscious range.
The dungarees, made out of organic cotton, were worn over a plain white bodysuit and grey/blue £13 socks from Bonpoint. Two of Archie’s cousins – Prince George and Princess Charlotte – have also worn items from the French fashion house that specialises in childrenswear.
Meghan’s outfit was equally covetable: a blue, brushstroke patterned dress by Canadian brand, Club Monaco. The elegant Dramah Silk Dress, which was £368.52, has already sold out.
On Twitter, royal fans were were quick to comment on his outfit.
“Archie is so cute and love his dungarees!” said one user. Whilst another commented: “Archie has better fashion than me”.
Later today Meghan and Harry will embark on separate, solo visits.
Harry will head to Botswana whilst Meghan will attend a women entrepreneurs event at Woodstock Exchange, followed by a visit to women’s HIV charity, mothers2mothers.