Prince Harry Jokes 'Is It Mine?' When Asked About Meghan Markle's Pregnancy

Prince Harry Jokes 'Is It Mine?' When Asked About Meghan Markle's Pregnancy

Prince Harry Jokes 'Is It Mine?' When Asked About Meghan Markle's Pregnancy

Short on ceremony, long on substance. Every event, he says, was created to fit with their passions and promote their causes. On Sunday, when she visited the Education For All boarding house in the Asni Town, Atlas Mountains, Morocco, the Duchess of Sussex and mum-to-be was given a handsome henna tattoo. The centre provides classes for girls from rural areas whose families can not afford their education. "Is it mine?" Meghan played along by responding with "surprise!" LOL!

"That's a bit unromantic of you, Adam", she snapped. "You are such good role models".

The clarion call feminist speech implored Moroccan women to "challenge everywhere in the world", and push boundaries in order to advance their causes.

There were lighter moments on the trip too.

While there is only speculation about how the Queen might feel about the 37-year-old ex-actress' star-studded baby bash, there have emerged reports suggesting that Prince William, for his part, is less than impressed by it.

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Harry and Meghan will later watch children make pancakes using a recipe from the cookbook "Together: Our Community Cookbook".

Earlier, the royals visited the Royal Equestrian Club in Rabat, where they donned casual clothing while petting horses at the facility.

Burrell then remarked that Kate Middleton also had a baby shower for their firstborn, Prince George, adding, though, that by comparison with Meghan's, that "was [a] very private and contained affair". "What an accomplished lady".

The couple's final engagement was a reception with King Mohammed VI at his royal residence.

Following the school visit, Harry and Meghan made several more official appearances, including to award Michael McHugo, Education for All founder, with an award, as well as stopping in at Lycee Qualifiant Grand Atlas secondary school.

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