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Meghan Markle stuns in Caftan-inspired gown and Henna tattooed hand 

Written by FDM

On her second day in Morocco the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, surrendered to a full Moroccan experience. From Henna tattooing at the Atlas mountains to a reception at the English ambassador’s residence in Rabat, the British Royal couple has had a packed schedule.

During their visit to Asni, a village in the High Atlas region, to meet the girls who benefit from the “Education for All” project and to pay homage to the founder of the organization Michael McHugo,  Prince Harry’s wife had the opportunity to try a henna tattoo.


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The beautiful henna layout in the form of three flowers has visibly delighted the Duchess. Pregnant with her first child, Meghan Markle succumbed to the traditional pregnancy celebrations of the region. The princely couple also visited the “Grand Atlas” High School before attending a mixed football match.

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Publiée par Ministère des Affaires Étrangères et de la Coopération Internationale sur Dimanche 24 février 2019

On the evening of February 24, another event awaited the British princely couple: a reception at the residence of the British ambassador in Rabat. Among the guests were young entrepreneurs, influential women from Moroccan civil society, personalities like the businesswoman Meriem Bensalah Chaqroun, former president of the CGEM, as well as members of the Moroccan Paralympic team who took part in London 2012 Games. An evening especially marked by the outfit of the Duchess of Sussex who opted for a Morocco-inspired long white dress signed Dior, as Elle magazine rightly pointed out.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle arrived Saturday night, February 23rd,  in Casablanca for a three-day visit to Morocco.