Meghan Markle and Harry in Morocco: Pictures from royal tour

Meghan Markle and Harry in Morocco: Pictures from royal tour

Earlier today, the couple visited the "Education For All" boarding house in the Atlas Mountains, in Asni town, which has given girls from the poorest villages and most remote areas of Morocco access to secondary education.

On Saturday, Meghan rocked another cape dress when she touched down at the airport in Casablanca, this one a red Valentino number which she paired with nude heels. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex started in one of their most casual looks ever for a visit to an animal therapy center and watching a cooking demonstration.

"It's for when we have a big party", Khadeja Oukattou, a housemother at the boarding house, says.

She added: "Can you be a self-identifying global humanitarian and have a 300,000-plus pounds baby shower held for your already fabulously privileged unborn child?".

The trip aims to shine a spotlight on youth empowerment and the education of girls and young women.

Their final engagement of the day will see the royal couple attend a Social Entrepreneurs event and market in the Andalusian Gardens.

The Duchess apparently also showed them a henna drawing on her hand and said: "Nice, isn't it?"

On Sunday the pair will visit a school in the Atlas mountains aimed at promoting girls' education in rural communities.

Speculation further swirled when Meghan's former Suits co-star Abigail Spencer arrived at the shower carrying a gift wrapped in blue paper.

Although neither Markle nor British taxpayers footed the bill, The Times led the critically-toned coverage, headlining its article on Friday: "Meghan's extravagant NY baby shower provokes flood of indignation". They were greeted by officials including Britain's ambassador to Morocco Thomas Reilly, but were two hours late for the welcoming ceremony due to delays to their departure.

The duke and duchess, whose three-day tour of Morocco ends on Monday, will watch a cookery demonstration by underprivileged youngsters from the capital.

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