Meghan and Harry share never-seen-before picture of them tending to a bull elephant in Botswana

Meghan and Harry gave a rare insight into their 2017 trip to Botswana, sharing stunning never-before-seen photos on their new Instagram account


                            Meghan and Harry share never-seen-before picture of them tending to a bull elephant in Botswana

Now that they have their own Instagram account, it's time to gear up for unseen pictures from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's life that are bound to pop up on their social media profiles.

And the Duke and Duchess of Sussex seem to be taking full advantage of their new Instagram account to share pictures left, right and center.

Meghan and Harry gave a rare insight into their 2017 trip to Botswana, sharing stunning, never-before-seen photos on their Instagram handle "sussexroyal". As fans would know, the African country holds a special place in the couple's heart.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched their Instagram account on Tuesday, and it broke the world record for the fastest time to gain one million followers on Instagram and the number has since grown to 3.8million. (Source: Getty Images)
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched their Instagram account on Tuesday, and it broke the world record for the fastest time to gain one million followers on Instagram and the number has since grown to 3.8million. (Source: Getty Images)

Incidentally, Harry took Meghan to his favorite luxury camp Meno a Kwena to celebrate Meghan's 36th birthday and mark their first year together.

One of the pictures on the couple's new Instagram page shows the royal duo tending to a large bull elephant in the bush, equipping him with a satellite collar.

Meghan and Harry were, according to the Daily Mail, assisting Dr. Mike Chase of Elephants Without Borders, who is working to protect elephant populations by tracking their movements.

The series of photographs also show Harry embracing a ranger at the park, addressing local school children and a video clip of the sedated elephant regaining consciousness and returning to his herd.



 

The caption on the Instagram post read: "As president of African Parks Network, the Duke of Sussex continues to advocate for the communities and wildlife that coexist in some of the most vulnerable environments around the world."

"Be it human-wildlife conflict or natural disasters, these communities (park rangers, school children, families) are on the frontline of conservation and we must do more to help them as we also work to safeguard the animals and landscapes that are in critical danger."

It also went on to explain how the elephant in the picture was sedated for just 10 minutes before he was back on his feet. "Tracking his movements has allowed conservationists to better protect him and other elephants and ensure heightened protection for these beautiful creatures moving forward."

It also went on to explain how the pictured elephant was sedated for just 10 minutes before he was back on his feet. (Source: Getty Images)
It also went on to explain how the pictured elephant was sedated for just 10 minutes before he was back on his feet. (Source: Getty Images)

 

Royal fans would be aware that in 2017, Prince Harry was rumored to have popped the question to Meghan during their holiday in Botswana, and Meghan's engagement ring includes a center diamond from Botswana, which is cushioned by two smaller diamonds from Princess Diana's collection.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched their Instagram account on Tuesday. It broke the world record for the fastest time to gain one million followers on Instagram and the number has since grown to 3.8 million.

Royal fans would be aware that in 2017, Prince Harry was rumored to have popped the question to Meghan during their holiday in Botswana, and Meghan's engagement ring includes a center diamond from Botswana, which is cushioned by two smaller diamonds from Princess Diana's collection. (Source: Getty Images)
Royal fans would be aware that in 2017, Prince Harry was rumored to have popped the question to Meghan during their holiday in Botswana, and Meghan's engagement ring includes a center diamond from Botswana, which is cushioned by two smaller diamonds from Princess Diana's collection. (Source: Getty Images)