Meghan and Harry's Moroccan Adventure


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Morocco via a commercial flight in the evening of February 23 for their official tour of the country. The couple were greeted by the British Ambassador to Morocco, his wife, and an Honor Guard at Casablanca Airport. Meghan and Harry were then taken to the royal residence of King Mohammed VI to settle in for the night.




The Duchess arrived wearing a custom Valentino red cape dress and nude pumps and carried the Valentino V-Ring Crossbody Bag in Pink and nude leather gloves.


The Sussex Sweethearts spent their first full day in Morocco in the city of Asni. They first visited Education for All Morocco's boarding house.  70% of women and girls in Morocco are illiterate and Education For All is a safe place for girls to live and study during the week.




Meghan started the day wearing a navy blue Alice + Olivia Roll Cuff Blazer, Birdies Blackbird slippers, a Misha Nonoo cashmere crew neck sweater, Illestevea Leonard tortoise 'York' sunglasses, and an Artzia Wilfred 'Frayed Gray Triangle' scarf.


The pair then visited the Lycee Collegial Le Grand Atlas, the school next to the boarding houses where the boarders study. The Duchess was part of a Henna ceremony. The Henna ceremony is a Moroccan tradition of celebration, including to celebrate pregnancy. Meghan and Harry also watched a student soccer match at the Lycee Collegial Le Grand Atlas and met some of the players.









Later in the day, The Duke presented Michael McHugo, the founder Education for All Morocco, with an MBE for services improving gender quality in education. For the more formal event, The Duchess changed in to Manolo Blahnik polka dot slingbacks and the 'Roland' white silk blouse by Aritzia.



After the investiture, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke with some of the girls who live in the boarding houses and their house mothers.


Meghan and Harry finished their day with an evening reception at the British ambassador's official residence where they met with guests including military representatives and and young, female entrepreneurs.




Her Royal Highness wore a custom ivory Dior gown, the 'D-Bee' Dior gold satin clutch, and Christian Dior 'D-Moi' gold heels.


The British Royals started their second full day in Morocco at The Royal Equestrian Club in Rabat. The parents-to-be met with staff to learn how equine therapy helps disabled children and young people with mental health challenges. The pair were also able to meet with the young people engaged in the therapies.





The Duke and Duchess of Sussex next took part in a cooking activity with local children and Chef Moha at Villas des Ambassadors. The organization enables children from under privileged backgrounds to learn more about cooking traditional Moroccan food.








For the morning's events the Duchess tied back her long, dark hair and wore black Stuart Weitzman 'Brooks' booties, Equipment Femme cashmere 'Lucian' sweater, and a J. Crew green field jacket.


The couple's next engagement was a visit to the Andalusian Gardens where they met some of Morocco's young entrepreneurs and artisans whose products are sold to help bring awareness to youth unemployment and to support vulnerable communities.  




For this portion of the day, The Duchess changed in to her Manolo Blahnik polka dot slingbacks, GAS Bijoux 'Gourmette' Earrings, a Loyd/Ford black spaghetti-strap pleated dress, and Aritzia Babaton white 'Keith' blazer. 


As their last engagement of their tour of Morocco, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with Mohammed VI of Morocco, The King of Morocco at his royal residence. Meghan and Prince Harry also met The of King of Morocco's sisters, Princess Lalla Hasna and Princess Lalla Meryem, and The Crown Prince of Morocco, 15-year-old Prince Moulay Hassan who is next in line to the throne.





For the gathering the mom-to-be wore a custom Carolina Herrera fauna print dress and carried her  'D-Bee' Dior gold satin clutch seen earlier in the tour.




More Harry and Meghan news coming soon!




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