Meghan and Harry spend their last day in Morocco in style
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan travelled to Morocco last Saturday for a three-day tour of the country. They ended their official tour with an audience with the King of Morocco, but had a busy day before meeting the fellow royal.
Duchess Meghan (37) and Prince Harry's (34) tour of Morocco has been action-packed to say the least. After arriving in Casablanca on Saturday they were greeted by the British Ambassador of Morocco and his wife, before meeting the Crown Prince of Morocco, Moulay Hassan.
Meghan and Harry stroke horses in Morocco
Yesterday evening they showed that they really can scrub up well, they transformed from a casual young couple visiting an animal therapy shelter to a fairytale royal couple. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex started their jam-paced day by visiting the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports where they learnt about how Morocco hopes to help children with special needs by offering them therapy sessions with horses. Meghan looked fabulously casual in a green J. Crew khaki jacket, a striped shirt, black jeans and boots.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at the Royal Equestrian Club this morning. The centre in Rabat provides equine therapy to children with disabilities and those with mental health challenges. Their Royal Highness met children and young people using the facilities and saw the benefits equine therapy is having on them. PA / @kensingtonroyal
Their next stop was a cooking school in Rabat, where children from under-privileged backgrounds learn how to cook traditional Moroccan recipes top chef, Moha Fedal.The royals enjoyed a cooking demonstration and got to try a number of traditional dishes.
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Their Royal Highnesses see more of the vibrant Moroccan culture – joining a cooking demonstration with Chef Moha and children, who were cooking traditional dishes. Many of the children are from underprivileged backgrounds, and are part of a scheme to help open up the restaurant industry to young people. Children were also making Cherine Mallah's Moroccan Pancakes from 'Together: Our Community Cookbook' – the charity cookbook, supported by The Duchess, which celebrates the power of cooking to bring communities together. #RoyalVisitMorocco #CookTogether. image 2 PA / image 1 +3 @kensingtonroyal
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit the King of Morocco
They ended their tour with an official visit to the King of Morocco's residence. Duchess Meghan looked beautiful in a long blue gown by Carolina Herrera.
The Sussexes were greeted by the King of Morocco’s sisters, Princess Lalla Hasna and Princess Lalla Meryem at the Royal Residence.