The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently took baby Archie on his first royal trip abroad, as they visited several countries in Africa. The tour saw Meghan and Archie staying in South Africa, while Harry visited Malawi, Botswana and Angola, highlighting his mother’s anti-landmine work. Now, ITV viewers get to see some of the key moments of the tour for themselves, with the whole thing having been filmed for a special documentary – which also saw them accompanied by News at Ten’s Tom Bradby. The programme sees Meghan getting visibly emotional when talking about the challenges of motherhood, while Prince Harry opens up about the ‘festering’ grief he still feels over his mother’s death. It’s sure to be a fascinating watch – but what time is it on? Here’s what you need to know… What time is Harry And Meghan: An African Journey on tonight?
Harry And Meghan: An African Journey is on ITV on Sunday night at 9pm. The programme runs for one hour ahead of the conclusion of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire at 10pm. If you miss it, you can catch up later on via the ITV Hub. What does Meghan say about motherhood on the show?
The Duchess of Sussex opened up about the challenges of becoming a mother while living under the media spotlight, saying it was ‘a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes’ and confirmed it had ‘really been a struggle’. At one point she also thanked Bradby for asking how she is getting on, saying: ‘Any women especially when they’re pregnant, you’re really vulnerable – and then you have a newborn, especially as a woman it’s a lot. ‘So you add this on top of trying to be a new mom or trying to be a newlywed – thank you for asking, because not many people have asked if I’m OK.’