Archbishop Tutu will be remembered for his optimism, moral devotion and joyful spirit. He was a symbol of racial inequality and was loved all over the world, said Harry and Meghan.
In September 2019, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Archbishop of South Africa. Their son Archie, born in May of that year, was also with them on that visit. “Just two years ago our son Archie was taken into custody while we were in South Africa,” Harry and Meghan recalled. “Bow and bow,” he joked at the time, referring to the English term for archbishop, archbishop. “His infectious laugh spread throughout the room, making everyone around him at ease,” the Sussex family continues. “He remained a friend and everyone will miss him very much.”
Queen Elizabeth also commented on the death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu. On behalf of the entire royal family, the Queen said in a statement on Sunday that she was “deeply saddened”. “I fondly remember my encounters with him and remember him for his great warmth and humour,” said the Queen. According to Elizabeth, Tutu was someone who “worked tirelessly for human rights in South Africa and around the world”.
The Queen said the loss of Toto, who passed away on Sunday at the age of 90, is being felt by the people of South Africa, as well as by many in Britain, Northern Ireland and throughout the Commonwealth.
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