Prince Harry and a very pregnant Meghan Markle have finished their three-day trip to Morrocco. The eventful trip included a cooking class with disadvantaged youth at Villa Des Ambassadeurs and a visit to the Education For All boarding house, where the Duchess took part in a henna ceremony. The royal couple spent their last evening with the North African country's King Mohammed VI, before heading back to the UK just ahead of Meghan's due date in late April or early May. This was reportedly the last international tour Meghan will partake in until after the baby comes.
The Royals ended their trip in the most adorable way with a post on the Kensington Palace Twitter account, saying 'thank you' to the people of Morrocco in Arabic and French:
شكرا لكل من رحبوا بدوق ودوقة ساسكس إلى المغرب!
يمكنكم ان الحصول على نظرة كاملة من #زيارةـملكيةـالمغرب هنا:https://t.co/4WXOMsiPTK pic.twitter.com/GUoHLGccP4— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 25 February 2019
The tweet reads "Thanks to all those who welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to Morocco!".
Merci à tous ceux qui ont accueilli le duc et la duchesse de Sussex au Maroc !
Vous pouvez voir un aperçu complet de #VisiteRoyaleMaroc ici: https://t.co/4WXOMsiPTK pic.twitter.com/ZIrNKijHag— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 25 February 2019
The royal couple shared numerous tweets on their trip to the North African country, which was planned to highlight youth empowerment and focus on young women's education.
In Their Royal Highnesses’ last engagement of #RoyalVisitMorocco, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended an audience with Mohammed VI of Morocco, The King of Morocco at a Royal Residence. #RoyalVisitMorocco pic.twitter.com/sAh4YqD73g— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 25 February 2019
A Henna ceremony is performed on The Duchess of Sussex in Asni today, which is a Moroccan tradition for pregnant women. #RoyalVisitMorocco. pic.twitter.com/bmDbiJaDm3— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 24 February 2019
The Duke and Duchess drop into the classroom and speak to girls studying for exams.@EFAMorocco has given girls from the poorest villages and most remote areas of Morocco the chance to reach their potential and contribute to Morocco’s continued development. #RoyalVisitMorocco pic.twitter.com/awVJbWeD9S— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 24 February 2019
Now the countdown begins to the arrival of the royal!
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