They have been apart for the past week as Meghan celebrated her baby shower in New York City with her closest showbiz pals, but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were reunited on Saturday as they touched down in Morocco for an official visit.
The royal couple are visiting the North African country this week, almost four decades after Her Majesty the Queen made the trip herself in 1980, which was dubbed the “tour from hell”.
Prince Harry and Meghan looked as loved up as ever as they greeted the British Ambassador and were welcomed with a guard of honour at Casablanca airport in the late hours of Saturday evening.
Meghan looked stunning in a red Valentino dress which featured a glamorous embroidered cape, finishing the look with a pair of pale pink suede gloves and a matching bag. While Harry looked smart in a light grey suit with a pink tie.
The whirlwind tour will see Meghan, who is seven months pregnant, get a henna tattoo and enjoy recipes from her own cookbook, and the couple will also meet the King of Morocco and 15-year-old Crown Prince Moulay Hassan at the royal residence.
The trip to Morocco, which will last just three days, was said to have been arranged at the request of British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government.
Kensington Palace announced the short trip just two weeks ago, confirming in a statement: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Morocco from Saturday 23rd February to Monday 25th February 2019.
“The Duke and Duchess’s visit is at the request of Her Majesty’s Government. Full details of the visit will be announced in due course.”
The foreign visit is only the couple’s second offical overseas jaunt since tying the knot at St George’s Chapel in May last year, after the royal pair travelled to Australia for an official tour last year, which also saw them visit New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
The Duchess of Sussex is expected to give birth at the end of April of beginning of May and previously told royal fans at a walkabout in Merseyside, UK, that they were waiting until the birth to find out the gender of their first child together.