Meghan opens up about missing Harry during brief time apart in Africa

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent the final day of their royal road trip together in Johannesburg, a day after suing a British tabloid for a breach of privacy.
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Transcript for Meghan opens up about missing Harry during brief time apart in Africa
More on Harry and Meghan as they take on the tabloids they are reuniting after traveling separately through Africa. Meghan opens up about how much she misses her husband. Maggie Rulli is in johannesburg with all the latest. Hey, Maggie. Reporter: Hey, Amy, today we got it see the Royals back together again finally. You could see how much they had missed each other and, you know, despite that statement overnight from prince Harry calling out some of the British tabloids that are actually here on tour, the couple made a point today to go to all of their planned engagements seeming to show they came here to Africa to work. A much more subdued start today on the royal tour. That late night bombshell from prince Harry hanging over the family's last day in Africa. The principal releasing a statement slamming the British tabloids for how they're treating his wife dealing their behavior simply bullying which scares and silences people. For Harry to launch this statement in the middle of a royal tour is an unprecedented moment for a member of the royal family. It's him drawing the line between the press and himself and he's defending his family. Reporter: The statement announcing that the duchess is launching a lawsuit against "The mail" for sub accomplishing a private letter Meghan wrote to her father but the couple seems determined not to let it overshadow the work they came here to do. Reunited after six days apart. I miss him so much. But, no, I think for us it's just been a really special trip because you get to see him when you're focusing on the causes important to us. Reporter: Harry and Meghan have a gig date. The Buchs explaining the tour was planned around Archie. I think the schedule they've been very kind to me because everything is based around Archie's feed times so it's a full plate but we're making it work. Reporter: Seen holding hands as they end the trip just as they started. This time in johannesburg and both speaking about how much this trip has meant to them. Ever since I came to this country as a young boy, Africa has held me in an embrace that I will never forget. Reporter: But the big question on this final day of the tour is, will we see baby Archie again? We know that all three of them will be heading back to London tonight and today both Harry and Meghan made a point of saying how much this trip has inspired them. Harry even saying that he's going to take what he learned here in Africa on this tour and teach it to his son. So, guys, clearly this trip has had a huge impact on the new royal family. Yeah, and certainly the world is watching, Maggie, thank you so much. Michael, over to you.

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