Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are sharing photos from their Botswana trip on Instagram — and it is utterly darling. If you’ll recall, the pair visited the country just before their engagement, and have often called the trip a “crucial” step towards their eventual marriage, but no photos have ever been released.
Now, in honor of World Elephant Day, the pair have decided to show their Instagram followers the trip. A lengthy caption explains that the group are committed to working with a company called Elephants Without Borders who outfit the majestic creatures with satellite navigation collars, to help keep the elephants safe but to also track their behavior and migratory patterns.
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Several of the photos show beautiful elephants living their best life. One does show a pair of hands, presumably Prince Harry’s, grasping an elephant while another photo shows Harry walking up to one of them.
This continues a string of tributes for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, including an emotional tribute to Harry’s mother, Princess Diana. Though it’s said that Prince Harry is on a “different planet” since marrying Meghan — and we’re loving it — these photos certainly show where it all started. Let’s hope there are more to come!