Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are fitting lots into their three-day trip to Morocco and one of the activities includes a cooking class!
Before Prince Harry and Meghan welcome their first child together they are jetting off on another official royal trip abroad.
Meghan has been in New York enjoying an unofficial baby shower and after a few days relaxing with her girlfriends, she’ll be back to work on Saturday as she flies to Morocco with her husband.
The couple were asked by Her Majesty’s government to take the trip and although Meghan will be around 30 weeks pregnant when she flies the couple have agreed to go.
Their trip comes four decades after the Queen visited the country as part of her two-week-long tour of Italy and North Africa.
While in Morocco Harry and Meghan have a busy schedule but luckily some of the visits align perfectly with their interests.
Keen foodie Meghan will undoubtedly be very excited for their cooking demonstration.
Children from under-privileged backgrounds in Rabat will join Harry and Meghan at the demonstration, which will be led by one of Morocco’s most renowned chefs.
Moroccan cuisine features lots of fragrant spice blends and pastes such as harissa, which can be used to add flavour to grilled meats, vegetables and pulses.
Read more: Feeling inspired by Harry and Meghan’s Moroccan trip? Try cooking up this harissa lamb shoulder for a twist on your traditional roast dinner…
While in Morocco Harry and Meghan will also visit lots of schools and will meet children with special needs.
One of the school visits includes the couple watching the children play football. Perhaps sports-enthusiast Harry will get involved too…
The couple always interact so well with the children they meet so you can expect lots of adorable pictures of the parents-to-be…