Published: Mon, February 25, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Meghan shows off temporary henna tattoo during Morocco visit

Meghan shows off temporary henna tattoo during Morocco visit

Meghan showed off her new ink.

The royal couple will join a horse-grooming session at the club in the capital, Rabat, before watching a riding demonstration and meeting trainers and instructors. They were offered dates and milk with orange blossom upon their arrival; a tradition often witnessed at Moroccan weddings.

Later, they watched Moroccan children from disadvantaged backgrounds cook Moroccan pancakes from a recipe in a cookbook championed by Meghan.

She and Harry attended the formal party at the British Residence in Rabat, after a day of engagements.

The Duke and Duchess will hear about youth empowerment in Morocco from a number of young social entrepreneurs.

Per royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah on Twitter, "In a grooming session with some young people who benefit from Morocco's equine therapy programme, Harry noticed one of the ponies was a little nervous and shaking".

The couple will then travel to Rabat airport where they will catch their flight back to London later this afternoon.

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Britain's Prince Harry and his pregnant wife Meghan arrived in Morocco's Atlas Mountains on Sunday where they will show their support for rural girls' education.

Meghan made a red-carpet worthy appearance for her final look of the tour.

The three day tour is their first official visit to north Africa.

"Nice, isn't it? So pretty", Meghan told the girls. 'Women have to challenge everywhere in the world, ' she said.

The Royal couple landed at Casablanca Airport on a commercial flight from London on Saturday evening, ahead of a whirlwind visit to the North African nation that is aimed at boosting ties between the United Kingdom and Morocco.

While at the boarding house, Meghan took part in a traditional henna festival, with a 17-year-old girl drawing flowers on her hand in temporary henna "tattoo" ink to signify good luck for the royal baby due in April.

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