Heavily pregnant Meghan Markle signs up for Moroccan cooking class ahead of visit  – Today News US

Heavily pregnant Meghan Markle signs up for Moroccan cooking class ahead of visit – Today News US

 The heavily pregnant royal, who is a matter of weeks away from giving birth to her first child with Prince Harry, will also be meeting children who have having equine therapy during the three-day trip to Morocco, starting this Saturday The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will fly into Casablanca Airport where they will be welcomed by the country’s by the British Ambassador before inspecting a Guard of Honour Then Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, will be free to visit schools in the town of Asni before the American will spend her final day cooking up a storm in the kitchen Meghan is thought to be around 30 weeks pregnant and many airlines still allow expectant mothers to travel before they reach the 37-week mark  Their trip comes four decades after the Queen visited the country in what was described as the “tour from hell” and the most challenging of all her state visits  The Monarch flew there in 1980 during the reign of King Hassan II as part of her two-week-long tour of Italy and North Africa, and according to sources, many things went wrong along the way  After two attempted assassinations of King Hassan II, the leader of Morocco was very cautious and prone to last minute changes and eccentric actions Meghan Markle latest: What are Meghan and Harry doing in Morocco? Meghan Markle pregnant: Does THIS mean Meghan is having a baby girl?  A Foreign Official at the time said of the trip: “It was a unique state visit in that nothing that had previously been arranged actually took place as arranged ” During one part of the trip, the King disappeared and left the Queen “sitting in the sun for most of the afternoon” by herself  Another trip almost didn’t go ahead to a British funded centre for the disabled which King Hassan said was too late to go  Not wanting to disappoint people or the charity, the Queen to told the entourage to “stop the car” and went with her security people instead of being taken back to the palace  The Queen, who went along with most of the problems of the trip, resorted to a stern warning against the King as he attempted to reprimand her staff  Upon blaming her Assistant Private Secretary for a problem, she told King Hassan II: “I’ll thank you not to speak about my staff like that” Meghan Markle pregnant: How long is Meghan Markle’s maternity leave? Prince Harry shows paternal side while Meghan Markle is in New York  Surprisingly, the Queen came away from the trip being “fond” of the King, and even wrote a note praising the “warm and generous hospitality”

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