Social media joked that Prince Harry looked like African royalty after he was photographed in traditional Nigerian attire while accepting a portrait of Princess Diana.

Governor Uba Sani decorated Prince Harry with traditional Hausa attire during his visit to Nigeria

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex kicked off their three-day Nigeria tour with a warm welcome, posing for selfies and playing with children. They received a military welcome and visited schoolchildren, where Meghan said, “I see myself in all of you.”

Governor Uba Sani of Kaduna State presenting Prince Harry with a portrait of Diana holding him as a child

In Kaduna State, Governor Uba Sani gave Harry a portrait of Diana holding him as a child, along with a wedding portrait of Harry and Meghan. Harry was also dressed in traditional Hausa attire, Agbada, which led to humorous comments on social media.

Harry and Meghan’s visit comes 34 years after Princess Diana’s trip to Nigeria. Harry spoke about mental health, encouraging children to support one another.

Harry and Meghan take part in games at the Wuse Lightway Academy in Abuja today

At Wuse Lightway Academy, Meghan urged students to be honest about their feelings and praised their resilience. Harry made a playful face behind Meghan during a photo with pupils, adding a lighthearted moment.

The Sussexes were welcomed by dancing troupes and enthusiastic students, highlighting the excitement for the royal couple’s visit.