Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's four-month-old son Archie Harrison made an impressive debut as a young royal on his first-ever tour. The little prince turned out to be a real showstopper at one of his appearance's during the family's South Africa tour.

The family-of-three visited the Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter Thandeka on Wednesday. The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle took to her official Instagram account to give her fans a rare glimpse of their visit. The brief video posted on the social media account shows baby Archie dancing joyously with her mother.

Meanwhile, everyone can be seen smiling and enjoying the little one's gig. Certainly, Archbishop and other guests took an instant liking to the youngest member of the British Royal Family.

The event took place at Tutu's foundation in Cape Town where the royal couple revealed adorable things about their newborn. "He constantly wants to stand," Prince Harry said as revealed by People. "He's an old soul!" Meghan added.

After his christening, this is the first time Archie appeared in public. He was dressed in white and blue baby dungarees and looked exactly like his father when he was a baby. Fans were quick to observe that Archie was Harry's mini-me. Meanwhile, Cosmopolitan gives a glimpse at the father and son's uncanny resemblance in its latest report.

Throughout the visit, Archie was playing in his mother's lap and smiling at others. Paying their respects and gratitude, the Sussexes posted a black and white image of Archie and the Archbishop with a message: "Thank you, Archbishop Tutu, for your incredibly warm hospitality, Archie loved meeting you! – The Duke and Duchess".

Earlier, during the tour, Markle visited the Mothers2Mothers charity in Cape Town and presented them with Archie's hand-me-downs. Even before the tour started, she had promised to bring gifts and she fulfilled it. She donated a bag full of baby clothing outgrown by her son. According to Hello, the donation included two tiny white vests, one with the logo saying, "The Future" and the other with "Invictus Games." The charity is dedicated to supporting mothers with HIV.

"There's all sorts of things there. It's so important to be able to share with other're all in this together and with each other and so we just wanted to share something from our home to each of yours," the duchess reportedly said presenting Archie's stuff that doesn't fit him anymore.

Meghan Markle in South Africa
Applause: Prince Harry and Meghan visited a Cape Town rights group fighting gender violence. Rape and murder of women have reached epidemic proportions in South Africa. Photo: POOL / Courtney AFRICA

Archie Harrison is the duke and the duchess' first child, born on May 6. Being a great-grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II, the little one is seventh in the line of the succession to the British throne.