Cape Town – Prince Harry and Meghan looked to have a fun-filled and very busy three-day trip to Morocco over the weekend.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were given a warm welcome as they arrived in the North Africa country on Saturday evening.
Upon their arrival Harry and Meghan were introduced to the Crown Prince of Morocco, Prince Moulay Hassan.
On Sunday, the royal couple spent time at Education For All Boarding House in the Atlas Mountains, where they were welcomed with a special song and met some of the girls staying there.
Thereafter they visited Lycée Collegial Le Grand Atlas, just next door to the boarding house, where a special Henna ceremony was performed on Meghan – a Moroccan tradition for pregnant women.
The couple further presented Education For All Boarding House founder, Michael McHugo, with a badge of honour on behalf of Queen Elizabeth.
On Sunday night, Harry and Meghan were given a traditional rosewater greeting at a reception at the British Ambassador’s residence.