In Morocco, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will visit a school in the Atlas Mountains

Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex./Ph. DR
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The itinerary of the British royal couple’s tour in Morocco has been revealed. Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex will be having a busy three-day trip in the Kingdom, where they will be visiting a couple of facilities and attending a series of events.

According to the Daily Mail, Prince Harry and pregnant Meghan Markle will arrive in the Casablanca airport on Saturday, February the 23rd, where they will be greeted by the British ambassador to Morocco and his wife.

On their second day in the Kingdom, the Duke of Sussex and his wife will be visiting a couple of schools in Asni, a small town in the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains near Marrakech.

In the evening, they will attend a reception hosted by the British ambassador Thomas Reilly.

On Monday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will meet children with special needs, visit a cooking demonstration and a traditional Moroccan arts and crafts display and attend a horse grooming session at an equestrian facility, before flying back to London.

This will be the couple’s first visit to Morocco, after Harry’s father Prince Charles went on a trip to the Kingdom with his wife Camilla in 2011. The royal couple were invited at the time by King Mohammed VI.

During their stay in the Kingdom, King Charles visited Morocco’s National Library while the Duchess of Cornwall attended a fashion show.

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