PREGNANT Meghan Markle looked incredible tonight as she continued her Morocco tour in a stunning blue dress.
The Duchess of Sussex cradled her baby bump at the residence of the The King of Morocco in Rabat and beamed as she walked alongside Prince Harry.
PA:Press Association Meghan Markle looked stunning in a blue floor-length gown
Rex Features The Duchess of Sussex was beaming as day three of the Royal tour continued
Meghan, who is due in April, was blooming in the full-length, ruffled blue gown by Carolina Herrera, which she wore with her dark hair pulled back into a bun.
She also carried a satin clutch bag to complement the patterned, T-shirt style dress – believed to be a custom version of the £3,222 chiffon gown.
Meanwhile, Harry looked relaxed in a light grey suit and pale pink tie as he shook hands with the Crown Prince of Morocco, Moulay Hassan.
The Royal couple had an audience with King Mohammed VI of Morocco inside the lavish palace.
PA:Press Association Harry and Meghan meet with the King of Morocco (second right) and his son The Crown Prince of Morocco
Rex Features Meghan wore a Carolina Herrera gown
Rex Features She teamed it with a simple clutch bag and matching nude shoes
Rex Features The couple are on day three of their Royal tour
It comes after Meghan and Harry got touchy-feely today as they entered day three of the Royal tour.
The pair both began the day in casual get-up, with Meghan sporting sensible heels, black jeans and a khaki jacket while Harry wore a down jacket for a tour around the Royal Moroccan Equestrian Club Dar Essalam.
By the end of the day both had changed into more formal attire, with Meghan dazzling in a pleated black dress and cream jacket while harry sported a tan suit.
Some of the day’s more memorable moments included Markle and Prince Harry tucking into pigeon pie and munching on pancakes made by kids using a Grenfell cookbook recipe.
NEVER LEFT EACH OTHER’S SIDE
In footage of the pair as they visited a project for underprivileged kids, Meghan and Harry can be seen enthusiastically sharing a portion of pigeon pastilla while a grimacing aide looks on.
Handed a pancake covered in Amlou – a blend of almond butter, argan oil and honey, Harry took a huge mouthful.
“Big bite!” laughed Meghan.
An unabashed Harry responded: “Bit late now!”
The cooking showcase was intended to highlight a project that sees children from underprivileged backgrounds learn traditional Moroccan recipes from one of the country’s foremost chefs, Moha Fedal.
The recipe of the day was taken from Together: Our Community Cookbook, which was launched last year as Meghan’s first solo project as a royal – with the former actress making secret trips to the Grenfell Tower group to help them launch the publication in memory of more than 70 people who were killed in the horrific tower block blaze.
Well, we all get a little camera shy, I understandMeghan Markle
At the equestrian centre Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, learnt how the country’s love of horses is being used to help children with disabilities.
The couple joined a horse-grooming session before watching a riding demonstration and meeting trainers and instructors.
They were introduced to Louis Broski, from the Netherlands, who works with mentally and physically disabled young people and is a leader in equine therapy.Harry and Meghan also met Ekram, 20, who has Down Syndrome and began riding at the club a month ago.
Speaking through a translator, she told them: “I love the connection with the horses, it already makes me feel relaxed and more confident. And I like being outside, with nature.”
CAMERA SHY MEG
The Duchess of Sussex had earlier joked that she is camera shy as she sympathised with a nervous Shetland Pony.
Harry and Meghan groomed three Shetlands at the centre in Rabat, with the Prince joking: “Has anyone got any carrots? She’s a bit nervous, this one.”
To which former actress Meghan, who starred in hit US TV drama Suits for seven years, replied: “Well, we all get a little camera shy, I understand.”
The couple still couldn’t keep their hands off each other when they reached the walled Andalusian Gardens, where they received gifts and met some of the country’s young entrepreneurs.
Meghan Markle tucks into pigeon as she and Prince Harry visit a cooking school on their final day in Morocco
It’s been a whirlwind tour for Meghan and Harry, which has seen the 37-year-old adorned with a traditional Henna tattoo.
Pregnant Meghan has also impressed locals, speaking French with young students.
Later today the couple are due to meet with the country’s King Mohammed VI – whose wife Princess Lalla Salma disappeared from public life in 2017, sparking rumours the couple have divorced.
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Meghan and Harry have already met the couple’s son Crown Prince Moulay Hussan, 15, who has been called one of richest teenagers in the world.
Her dressed-down look for the day saw a return of an old favourite – a £185 J Crew anorak she was spotted wearing during the early days of her relationship with Harry.
The jacket has followed her all the way from Toronto, and was paired with a simple pair of black jeans.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry pet horses during last day of their Morocco royal tour
Getty Images – Getty Harry and Meghan share a joke as they try some food during a visit to a cooking demonstration
PA:Press Association Harry rearranges Meghan’s hair after she is presented with a necklace
Getty Images – Getty Meghan tries some food during a cooking demonstration in Morocco
PA:Press Association Meghan and Harry talk to some young fans
AP:Associated Press The Duke and Duchess of Sussex weren’t afraid to get hands on when they visited an equine therapy centre
PA:Press Association Meghan braved the mud in a pair of sensible black high heels
AFP or licensors Meghan Markle appeared to be enjoying herself during the visit
Meghan Markle steps out in elegant Dior gown with Prince Harry for Brit ambassador’s reception in Morocco
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