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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrived in Morocco late yesterday, but they began the second day of their three-day tour early. It’s just morning on the East Coast, but already the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have carried out their full engagements in Asni, a town at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains that is 6+ hours ahead of the U.S. Meghan wore two different outfits, both business casual and polished for her daytime events.
Harry and Meghan flew in from Rabat and first visited students at the Education for All boarding school there. Meghan dressed in a long navy blazer, black skinny jeans, and a black top. She wore black loafers and had on a light scarf initially:
Inside the school, Meghan participated in a henna ceremony with the students. They did a very pretty floral design on her:
After visiting the students and school’s faculty, Meghan had a quick outfit change for her final engagement in the town. She switched into a white tunic top and black high heels:
Meghan and Harry’s events aren’t done today. The two have an evening event in Rabat, a relatively short plane ride away. The British Ambassador will be hosting a reception for them at his official residence. It is among their most formal events on their royal tour, and the two are likely to dress up for it.
Tomorrow, Meghan and Harry have three big events. The couple will visit the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports and see a riding demonstration. Then they will see a cooking demonstration at Villa Des Ambassadors. Their last event will be a visit to Andalusian Gardens in Rabat.