Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, began their first official tour as a family on Monday with their infant son, Archie, in South Africa.
Baby Archie was spotted earlier arriving at Cape Town International Airport with his parents.
The first day of their 10-day, multi-country tour started in Cape Town with visits to girls' empowerment projects that teach rights and self-defense.
A musical welcome greeted them in the township of Nyanga, whose location was not made public in advance because of security concerns.
Violent crime is so deadly in parts of Cape Town that South Africa's military has been deployed in the city, and its stay was extended last week.
The royal couple also was meeting with former residents of District Six, a vibrant mixed-race community that was relocated from the inner city during South Africa's harsh period of apartheid, or white minority rule, that ended in 1994.
Their visit also will focus on wildlife protection, entrepreneurship, mental health and mine clearance - a topic given global attention by Harry's late mother, Princess Diana, when she walked through an active mine field during an Africa visit years ago.
Harry later this week will break away for visits to Botswana, Angola and Malawi.