On the last day of their royal tour of Morocco, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at the Royal Moroccan Equestrian Club Dar Essalam to learn more about the country's programme of supporting children with disabilities through equine therapy. Harry and Meghan's three-day visit to Morocco comes to an end on Monday and will also see the couple watch Moroccan children make a dish from the Grenfell cookbook championed by Duchess Meghan.
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The visit comes the day after the royal couple dazzled crowds at at a reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Morocco at the British Residence in Rabat. The royal couple spent the evening meeting influential Moroccan women and speaking to the nation's young entrepreneurs and disabled athletes.
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The royal couple, who are expecting their first child together in spring, appeared to be in great spirits during the final day of the tour. They arrived casually dressed and hand in hand, and, as they walked past horses in a stable block, they reached out to stroke the animals.
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Harry and Meghan were all smiles as they joined a horse-grooming session at the club in the capital, Rabat, before watching a riding demonstration and meeting trainers and instructors.
Both Harry and Meghan looked adorable as they pet horses. They were given the chance to see how the youngsters are benefiting from working with horses.
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Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, looked every inch the smitten couple as they walked hand-in-hand during the visit.
At one point, the royal couple were seen chatting to guests during the engagement. They happily engaged with children who took part in a riding demonstration.
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The next engagement of their final day took Harry and Meghan to the Villa Des Ambassadeurs. With the sun beating down, Meghan removed her coat to reveal her casual look of a striped top and black jeans.
The royals were greeted by a group of local children, waving Union Jacks and Moroccan flags. They were presented with gifts including a painting which Meghan held up to inspect.
The couple were introduced to leading chef Moha Fedal, who hosts the North African version of Masterchef. At the Villa Des Ambassadeurs, he teaches traditional Moroccan cooking classes to local children from under-privileged backgrounds in Rabat. "I hope to cook for you next time," the chef told the couple. "You come with your baby to Marrakech next time." Meghan replied: "We would love to."
The Duchess, a self-confessed foodie, sampled some of the food including the pigeon pastilla Harry is so fond of. "It's delicious," Meghan said in French.
They tried some of the local delicacies, including a spicy chickpea soup which was presented in artisan bowls.
It certainly looked like a fun engagement, with the parents-to-be bonding with local children! One child said something in Arabic to the chef, who turned to the Duke and said: "He finds you a very good person." Meghan said of her husband: "He is a good person."
Meghan was presented with a beautiful bouquet of red roses and offered some tasty-looking dates.
Meghan had an incredibly quick change of outfit before attending her penultimate engagement of the Morroco royal tour. The pregnant Duchess dressed her bump in a flowy black dress, which she teamed with a white blazer. She and Harry are pictured arriving at the walled public Andalusian Gardens in Rabat, where they visited a social entrepreneurs market.
The royals were upstaged by an adorable wandering cat.
The couple were directed around the stalls, and at one, Meghan was gifted a necklace.
The royals were shown a photo of Prince Charles on display at the market.
Meghan cradled her baby bump as she walked around the market.
Meghan looked stunning in a blue print Carolina Hererra dress for her visit to the King of Morocco's residence on the third day of their royal tour
Meghan chatted to the King of Morocco as they made their way inside his residence
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex meet with the King of Morocco at his residence in Rabat, before a private audience with him, on the third day of their tour of Morocco