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In his office’s warning to the media, Harry referred to the sexism and racism directed at Markle, whose father is white and her mother African-American.Harry said he had to warn his future wife about the media attention they would face.As she got to know Harry, Markle learnt about the huge amount of public scrutiny that the royals face, and she said she was not prepared for the level of attention their relationship would have.“I did not have any understanding of just what it would be like,” she said, saying there was a misconception that because she was an actress she would be used to being in the media spotlight.Local production houses have been invited to collaborate to produce Botswana’s version of Ds TV’s popular dating show, Date My Family.
“I’ve been incredibly lucky to have been able to visit Botswana as many times as I have.” It’s not, for him, just about seeing the lions and elephants and the other so-called charismatic mega fauna: “I get more excited about seeing two birds fighting than the Big Five…I feel rooted in Africa and everything about it.”As impassioned as he was about the topic we were discussing, Prince Harry was also constantly alert, I sensed, to the environment where we were sitting—an open-air, palm-frond-roofed restaurant steps from the bank of the Shire River. Hippos were grunting loudly all about, and one could sense the wilderness stirring.He froze at one point in mid-sentence and peered toward something he had spotted in what to me was undifferentiated darkness. “I thought it was a lion.”It reminded me of an evening I had spent a year earlier in the Mombo camp in Botswana: Two lions had passed close by our campfire, clearly visible in the shadows just beyond the flames.“Remember that at night,” a guide had pointed out, “we humans are simply meat.” It is such intimations of potential danger that contribute to the powerful effect of the African wilderness.”And he talked about what the African continent means to him personally.“I have this sense of complete relaxation and normality [here]. This is where I feel more like myself than anywhere else in the world.