Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended a reception organized by the British Ambassador to Morocco, especially in their honor.
Note that late on Saturday, February 23, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex flew an official visit to Morocco for a three-day tour. It is noted that this will be the last royal tour of Meghan and Harry before the birth of their first child, which should be born in late April - early May. And although at the moment in the British media there is already information that the dukes will have a girl and call her Victoria, it should be emphasized that these are only assumptions.
On the first day of the official visit (February 24), Meghan Markle and Prince Harry went to a number of schools. In particular, the royal couple visited a boarding school for girls 12-18 years old in the city of Asni in the Atlas Mountains. It is noted that in Morocco, more than 70% of women are illiterate. Unfortunately, in small villages, there are either no schools at all, or it is extremely difficult to reach them.
After a busy day, Meghan and Harry went to see the British Ambassador in Morocco. Here, the couple was able to meet with young entrepreneurs, athletes, as well as powerful women in an African country.