The Duke and Duchess have arrived in Morocco.they were welcomed by a Guard of Honour to meet Crown Prince Moulay Hassan at a Royal Residence in Rabat.


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The Duke and Duchess’ visit will highlight the vital roles that girl’s education and youth empowerment are playing in shaping Modern Morocco.
Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry and his wife Megan Markell visit Sunday a boarding school in the Atlas Mountains on the outskirts of the mediterranean city of Marrakesh, but Harry may have difficulties communicating with the students there.

Prince Harry is not fluent in the French language spoken by schoolgirls, which may put him in a “dilemma” to respond to inquiries from male and female teachers, the Times reported.

The problem of Prince Harry was raised in French, after he and his wife Megan Markle insisted on talking to the schoolgirls in Asni village, in a language they understood.

The newspaper described Harry’s French language as “a beginner”, as he would probably need an interpreter to communicate with students and teachers, while his wife Marckle speaks French well, in addition to Spanish.

Prince Harry and his wife Markle meet a number of girls and teachers at an boarding school in Asni village, run by the non-governmental Education for All Foundation, local media reported.

Prince Harry and his wife, Markle, visit this school as part of their support for rural women and are also scheduled to attend a football match there.

Education for All builds boarding schools to reduce drop-out rates among those between the ages of 12 and 18.

Harry began his visit to Morocco on Saturday and will continue until next Monday, where he is scheduled to meet the King of Morocco Mohammed VI, and Prime Minister Saad Eddin Othmani.

Meghan Markle as part of her tour of Morocco with her husband Prince Harry, Miguel Marquele had the opportunity to learn about the traditions of the Moroccan people and to be part of them.

The three-day Duke and Duchess of Sussex tour aims to strengthen ties between the UK and Morocco.

King Mohammed VI hosts the duo, and was received by the Crown Prince of Morocco, Prince Moulay El Hassan, at the Palace of Hospitality in Rabat.


Dates and milk were served to them, in addition to the water of the flowers, a tradition usually found in Moroccan weddings.

Their visit focused on the empowerment of women. The duo visited a boarding school for girls in the Atlas Mountains.

The Kensington Palace said through Twitter that the tour would showcase “the work being done to promote girls’ education, empower young people and support children.”

After meeting the Duchess of Education for All founder Michael McGuue, Merkel was invited to participate in a henna engraving on the traditional Moroccan way. A girl placed the henna on her hand while Prince Harry sat next to her.


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Megan Marckel adorns the Moroccan style henna during her tour of the country with Prince Harry.