She wrote of the comical mishap, and said: “Camera crews from around the world circled William and Harry’s African adventure, and when they visited the Mokoloi Nature Reserve in Botswana, there was plenty of joking around for the cameras as they held an eight-foot long African rock python.
“‘Whoa don’t put it in my face,’ cried William, as Harry aimed the snake’s head at his brother.
“When the python relieved itself on William’s shoulder, Harry burst into laughter, making everyone else laugh.
“It was a charming and compelling double act, and the princes, who insisted on being called by their first names, were endearing and appealing.”
She added: “The tour was seen as a milestone for the brothers and generated huge international attention.”
They added: “For the most part, when members of the Royal family travel overseas they adhere to a strict business schedule, but Harry was determined to see Meghan.”
Meanwhile, back on home turf, it has been a busy weekend for Meghan and Harry following their son’s christening yesterday.
The son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury in a private ceremony, conducted in the the private chapel at Windsor Castle.
Close family and friends attended but, in a widely-criticised move, the christening was held privately at the decision of Archie’s parents.
Archie’s baptism follows a similar service for Meghan, who was baptised prior to her wedding with Prince Harry in 2018.