Meghan Markle, 37, is enjoying her final day of a three day trip to Morocco with Prince Harry, 34, today. This morning, the couple visited the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equitation Sports in Rabat. Pregnant Meghan dressed her baby bump in a black and white striped jumper, worn over black jeans. The Duchess of Sussex kept out the morning chill with a J.Crew khaki green jacket which she was last seen publically wearing in 2016.
Perhaps expecting the temperatures to be lower than they were, Meghan carried a pair of olive green gloves in one hand.
She completed the look with a pair of black suede heeled ankle boots, striding along comfortably on the cobbles.
Jewellery-wise, the royal wore her wedding rings and a pair of thin gold earrings from Canadian brand Ecksand, £227, but nothing else. She last wore the earrings in January of this year.
Her long black hair was brushed back in to a sleek ponytail, and she wore minimal makeup, opting for a sweep of bronzer and lashings of mascara.
Nude nail polish could be seen on her fingernails as she held her husband’s hand in a sweet moment.
Harry, meanwhile, wore a Patagonia quilted black jacket, £175, grey chinos and a pale shirt, worn undone at the collar for a low-key vibe.
The royal couple arrived in Morocco on Saturday, and Meghan has been seen out in a number of stunning outfits.
Yesterday, she looked angelic in a flowing white Dior gown as she attended a reception in Rabat hosted by the British Ambassador to Morocco.
The high-necked and simple gown skimmed her baby bump and fell all the way to the floor. The dress appeared to feature a cloak-effect which wrapped across her upper chest.
It featured wide sleeves hemmed with silver embellishments which left her hands free for shaking hands with those she met at the reception.
Earlier in the day, Meghan donned her trusty black jeans, this time pairing them with a blue coat, black jumper and chunky grey pashmina.
The royal couple visited a boarding house in the town of Ansi. The boarding house was built by the Moroccan NGO “Education For All” to help girls aged 12 to 18 access secondary education.
On Satuday, arriving in Casablanca, the Duchess dazzled in a red knee-length Valentino dress featuring a capelet design.
She teamed the trapeze-cut dress with a pair of pointy, nude stilettos, and a nude and red Valentino clutch bag.
The royal couple have been staying in Morocco as guests of the king. They are travelling with an entourage of nine including three press staff, two assistant private secretaries and a hairdresser.