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(CNN) - British royalty fans can scream with joy because baby Archie finally made his debut on the tour of the Dukes of Sussex through South Africa.
This Wednesday, Prince Enrique and his wife, Meghan, took their four-month-old son to meet statesman Desmond Tutu during a family visit in Cape Town.
A royal source told CNN before the tour that the dukes hoped to include their son “at some point,” but they couldn't say exactly when, since his age made a public appearance difficult to schedule.
Archie in his first official engagement. Off to meet Archbishop Tutu in Cape Town ... pic.twitter.com/1L5YkzW2iU
- Max Foster (@MaxFosterCNN) September 25, 2019
It is believed that Archie is the youngest royalty member on an official tour, taking over from his cousin, Prince George, who traveled with his parents to Australia in 2014 when he was only eight months old.