How well do you know the royal family? Meghan Markle and Prince Harry share tricky quiz for their 9.4million followers on Instagram – The Sun

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have shared a tricky quiz about the royal family for fans on their Instagram page.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex posted a series of questions to their Instagram Story this morning ahead of their 10-day royal tour to South Africa, starting on Monday.

The quiz started with the message that included a winking emoji, and said: "As we countdown to the official Southern African tour, we wanted to test you on some Royal Family history."

The couple included eight questions in their quiz, including asking fans how old Prince Harry, 35, was when he first visited Africa.

Other questions include challenging fans to name the last royal family member to visit Africa on a tour.

And the account also asked their 9.4million followers to choose the correct meaning of Sentebale, which is the charity Harry co-founded in 2006 to help kids affected by HIV.

The quiz comes as the day after Meghan and Prince Harry were pictured at the lavish wedding of fashion designer Misha Nonoo in Rome.

Meghan was seen in a £9,000 black Valentino dress, and was joined by other guests including Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, Ivanka Trump, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom.

The Sussexes, along with four-month-old Archie, will travel to Africa on Monday, and Harry said he “can’t wait” to return to his “second home” with his family.

Buckingham Palace revealed the parents will fly with baby Archie to Cape Town on September 23.

And after a number of public appearances together, mum Meghan, 38, is expected to stay in Johannesburg with Archie while Prince Harry goes to Botswana, Angola and Malawi.

When Meghan lands in Cape Town on Monday, it has been reported she will speak out about “gender violence”, following a series of murders of women in South Africa.

According to a royal source, Meghan and Harry "hope to" give fans a glimpse of their son during the tour, but baby Archie has not been included in the official schedule.

As part of the tour, Prince Harry, 35, will also meet a British military unit who are working alongside the local rangers to help combat the threat of the illegal wildlife trade in Malawi.

The new dad will also make a "significant and poignant" trip to Angola to see his mum Princess Diana's legacy, who helped raise awareness for the threat posed by landmines in 1997.

The palace said that while Prince Harry is eager to "support young people across Africa to reach their potential", wife Meghan will also be "working with organisations to promote women's education, health, entrepreneurship and leadership".

The couple are also expected to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Mrs Tutu at their legacy foundation.

They will also speak with Grace Machel, the widow of the late President Nelson Mandela, before the tour finishes on October 2.


  1. How old was The Duke of Sussex when he first visited the continent of Africa?
  2. How many Queen's Commonwealth Canopy initiatives has the Duke of Sussex unveiled?
  3. What month and year did Princess Diana visit HALO Trust in Angola?
  4. Which Royal Family member made the below speech in South Africa on their 21st birthday?
  5. In what year did the Duchess of Sussex become Vice President of the Queens Commonwealth Trust?
  6. Who was the last Royal Family member to visit Africa on a Royal tour?
  7. What does 'Sentebale' mean?
  8. What is the first country The Duke and Duchess will visit officially as a family?

Meghan Markle yesterday dazzled in £8,900 Valentino dress as she arrived with Prince Harry for pal Misha Nonoo’s lavish Italian wedding.

We also revealed Princess Charlotte’s hair flip was hailed the ‘cutest thing ever’ as she arrived for her first day of school.

And we showed you Meghan Markle's tribute to Vogue photographer Peter Lindbergh following his death at 74.

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