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British monarch, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan on Sunday started their official visit to Morocco.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in the north African country on Saturday for the official visit.

This will be the couple’s last international journey before Meghan who is pregnant gives birth to their first child.

Meghan who is seven months pregnant is due to deliver her child in April.

Harry and Meghan began their visit in the town of Asni in the Atlas Mountains. The have been engaging rural communities there on the education of girls.

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The couple will also meet young social entrepreneurs in Rabat. They will also visit programs working with children with disabilities and persons with mental health problems.

A visit focusing on the vulnerable

Britain’s ambassador to Morocco, Thomas Reilly says he is “really excited to showcase the vital roles that girls’ education and youth employment are playing in shaping modern Morocco.

“When we began planning for this visit, I had a very clear view in my mind of the story we wanted this visit to tell. It’s the same story we’ve been telling consistently at this embassy for the last 20 months since my arrival here.

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“This official visit by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will highlight Morocco’s focus on women’s empowerment, girls’ education, inclusivity and the encouragement of social entrepreneurship.”

Harry and Meghan arrived in Morocco on Saturday. Photo: Reuters

The royal couple will return to Britain on Tuesday, according their official visit plan.

 

 

Source: Africafeeds.com

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