Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle arrived this Saturday evening in Casablanca for a three-day visit to Morocco of the British royal couple.
On arrival at Mohammed V International Airport, Prince Harry and his wife were greeted by the Wali of the Casablanca-Settat region, Governor of Casablanca Prefecture, Said Ahmiddouch, and the United Kingdom Ambassador to Morocco, Thomas Reilly.
After reviewing a detachment of the Auxiliary Forces that was doing the honors, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were greeted by the governor of the province of Nouaceur and the presidents of the provincial assembly and the council of that commune.
The royal couple’s move is part of the strengthening of Moroccan-British cooperation and the promotion of education and gender equality through visits to schools and meetings with young people, indicated a British diplomatic source in Rabat.
During their stay, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex planned to visit, on Sunday, institutions belonging to the association “Education for all” in the region of Marrakesh, where they will pay tribute to the founder of the organization Michael McHugo, according to the program communicated by the United Kingdom Embassy in Rabat.
On the same day, Prince Harry and Meghan will attend a reception at the British Ambassador’s residence in Rabat, where they will meet young entrepreneurs, influential Moroccan civil society women and athletes with specific needs.
Afterwards, they will attend a demonstration of traditional Moroccan gastronomy and meet young people at the Villa des Ambassadeurs, before going to the Andalusian gardens of the Oudayas to learn about the work done for the emancipation of young people.