Published: Tue, February 26, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Meghan Markle's outfits from her Morocco royal tour 2019

Meghan Markle's outfits from her Morocco royal tour 2019

Harry married the former Hollywood star Meghan last May.

The couple visited the Royal Moroccan Equestrian Club Dar Essalam to see how horses are used to support disabled children and those suffering from mental health issues.

So far, the mom-to-be has been a fan of the tried and true coat + dress + pumps formula - her maternitywear signature for the chillier United Kingdom temps.

The Duchess has been learning French for eight years and has been practising recently to improve her skills.

As with any royal tour, outfits are usually planned in advance and despite being seven months pregnant, Meghan's proved once again that you don't need to stockpile maternity wear to dress your baby bump. The quick trip, a Kensington Palace spokesperson said, was meant to "highlight the vital roles that girls' education and youth empowerment are playing in, and shaping, modern Morocco".

Following their visit to the equine centre the couple will be given the opportunity to grab a bite to eat when they attend a cookery demonstration at Villa des Ambassadors. There they met Ekram, aged 20, who has Down's Syndrome.

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The couple then switched into less casual ensembles for their visit to a market in the Andalusian Gardens.

The couple arrived in Morocco on Saturday - and made a decision to stay on privately for an extra night at the end of the visit.

Sunday night saw Meghan pull out all the stops in a in a sweeping kaftan-inspired Dior gown as she joined husband Prince Harry for a reception at the British ambassador's residence in Morocco. So far, we've seen Meghan tote Valentino's v-ring crossbody bag and Dior's D-Bee clutch in gold, which she also owns in the navy colour-way.

Issuing a clarion call to feminists, Meghan told a group of female executives and entrepreneurs that women around the world need to push the boundaries to advance their cause.

On hand to greet them was the ambassador's physiotherapist wife Leah Reilly and earlier his two daughters, Orla, 12 and Elsa, eight, had presented the duchess with two bouquets.

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