Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are going to set their bags in Morocco this Saturday. British media gives the detailed program of this official visit.
Three busy days await the Duke of Sussex and his wife. Upon arrival at Casablanca airport, Meghan and Harry will be greeted by the British ambassador to the Kingdom and his wife in the presence of a guard of honor, according to the same source.
The couple will spend the second day of their tour in different schools of Asni commune in the Marrakesh-Safi region, before taking part in a reception organized in Rabat by Ambassador Thomas Reilly.
Monday, the third and last day of their visit, will be dedicated to meeting children with specific needs. The couple will then attend a culinary demonstration, followed by a traditional Moroccan handicraft exhibition and a horse grooming session in a center of the Royal Equestrian Sports Federation. They will be back in the UK on the evening of Monday 25 February.
Media adds that Meghan is about 30 weeks pregnant. Remember that this visit was scheduled at the request of Queen Elizabeth. It intervenes nearly four decades after that of the Queen of England.
In 1980, she, then 53, had traveled to the Kingdom for the first and last time as part of her two-week tour of Italy and North Africa.