The Sussexes embarked on a three-day trip to Nigeria, commencing their journey in Abuja, the capital, on a sunny Friday morning.

Markedly, Meghan Markle arrived at Heathrow Airport, UK, for the first time in two years, reuniting with Prince Harry before flying to Abuja.

Upon reaching Nigeria’s vibrant capital, the royal couple headed to their first official engagement at Lightway Academy, a school supported by their Archwell Foundation, greeted by lively dances and the cheerful faces of the students.

At the academy, the Duke and Duchess chose to address an issue close to their hearts: mental health awareness.

Prince Harry emphasized the global stigma surrounding mental health, urging everyone to prioritize their well-being to care for others.

Meghan affectionately acknowledged her husband’s sentiments, eliciting cheers from the audience.

Reflecting on a touching moment with their daughter, Lilibet, Meghan shared a profound connection with the people present.

During their visit, Prince Harry and Meghan honored an invitation from General Christopher Musa, Nigeria’s chief of defence staff, with a focus on promoting the Invictus Games, an initiative founded by the duke to support injured service members and veterans through sports.

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