- Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were seen arriving to the French Riviera with their three-month-old son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, last week.
- The trip came days after they reportedly visited Ibiza for Meghan's 38th birthday on August 4.
- The first-time parents are expected to travel with Archie again this fall for a royal tour of Africa.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly taken their son, Archie, for an idyllic vacation in the South of France. The family of three was photographed arriving in Nice last Wednesday via private jet, days after they reportedly flew to Ibiza following Meghan's August 4 birthday.
Photos published by The Sun over the weekend show the Duke and Duchess of Sussex trying to make a discreet arrival to their getaway spot. Prince Harry was seen exiting the plane in a baseball cap, sunglasses, and a dark green polo. Duchess Meghan, wearing a white blouse and panama hat, was spotted holding their three-month-old son, who donned a striped sweater and beige pants. It appears the royals didn't stay too long in the French Riviera. They were photographed boarding a plane to leave over the weekend.
It's common for royals to have the month of August off for summer vacation. Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their children took their annual summer trip a bit early as they jetted to Mustique around the time of Prince George's birthday, which is on July 22.
Harry and Meghan are slated to travel a lot more with Archie this fall when they tour Southern Africa together—their first official royal tour as a family. They're scheduled to visit South Africa and Botswana, while Harry will make fulfill solo working engagements in Malawi and Angola.
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