Meghan Fashion – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit an equestrian centre in Rabat

Meghan Fashion –  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit an equestrian centre in Rabat

Heavily-pregnant Meghan cut a casual figure in jeans and a Breton t-shirt as she arrived at an equestrian sports centre with Prince Harry on the couple’s final day in Morocco  The mother-to-be, who has been seen in a variety of brand new designer pieces of late, chose to recycle an old jacket today She paired her ensemble with a £185 khaki anorak by J Crew that she has previously been pictured wearing during the early days of her relationship with Harry and while she was still living in Toronto Meghan wore her brunette locks in a sleek ponytail as she and Harry arrived hand in hand at the stables And while she certainly opted for a more dressed down look this morning the Duchess added a little glamour to her ensemble in the form of a pair of heeled black ankle boots  The couple arrived to an unusual welcome committee in the form of the horses, who poked their heads out of their stables upon their arrival   Animal-lover Meghan was eager to say hello with she and Harry seen petting the horses ahead of their tour of the equine centre   The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are visiting the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports to learn more about Morocco’s developing programme of supporting children with special needs through equine therapy  And while the royal couple will not be saddling up themselves they will watch a riding demonstration as well as taking part in a  horse grooming session this morning  The visit will also see Harry and Meghan meet young people from disadvantaged backgrounds who have benefited from the programmes at the centre as well as a mental health charity and individuals involved  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 Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, will join children from under-privileged backgrounds in Rabat where they will learn traditional Moroccan recipes from one of Morocco’s foremost chefs   It seems that they pair will be celebrating Shrove Tuesday early as they are set to make pancakes with the children today  The Duke and Duchess will meet disabled children who are working in a specially-designed restaurant in Rabat, as well as view local artisan cookery-ware  Their final engagement of the day will see the royal couple attend a Social Entrepreneurs event and market in the Andalusian Gardens The Duke and Duchess will hear about youth empowerment in Morocco from a number of young social entrepreneurs  The parents-to-be will see traditional Moroccan arts and crafts on display in the walled public garden amid exotic plants, flowers and fruit trees The visit will also see Meghan and Harry meet with King Mohammed VI. The couple will then travel to Rabat airport where they will catch their flight back to London later this afternoon  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 Mother-to-be Meghan looked radiant in the custom crystal-embellished cream number, which she teamed with metallic heels, a favourite pair of £6,950 diamond earrings and a satin clutch, also by Dior The royal couple, who are on a three-day tour of the North African country, spent the evening mingling with captains of industry, military officers, disabled athletes and young business leaders 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 ‘Women have to challenge everywhere in the world,’ she said.The evening event was hosted by British ambassador Thomas Reilly and his wife Leah at their official residence in the capital of Rabat – a city which has been rocked by riots in recent days The appearance rounded off a busy second day of engagements, which saw Harry, 34, and Meghan travel to the town of Ansi in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains to visit a secondary school and meet pupils The Duchess, who impressed by speaking in French, also took part in a traditional henna ceremony  

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