Sun, 24 Feb, 2019
Duchess Meghan turns heads in stunning red cape dress in Morocco
Just days after the star-studded baby shower that cost a whopping AUD$420,000, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has touched down for a royal visit to Morocco for a three-day tour.
The royal couple are not ones to shy away from making a fashionable statement when they were greeted by the British Ambassador to Morocco, Thomas Reilly. Wearing an incredibly chic Valentino cape gown at Casablanca airport, it’s hard to believe she could outdo herself. But today the gorgeous royal showed up for an event at the British Ambassador’s home and blew us away with her cream kaftan-inspired Dior gown.
Opting for subtle nude accessories and heels, the Duchess glammed up a little extra for the reception last night with diamond earrings and a Dior clutch.
The makeup was simple and stunning, with an elegant up-do for the mother-to-be – proving to be an excellent choice for the warm African heat.
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) February 23, 2019
Her henna tattoo was also shown off, a good-luck charm for her pregnancy. Just on day two, the Duchess presented the designed tattoo to two young girls at a school in the Atlas Mountains.
“Hi girls, so cute. What are your names? So sweet,” she told five-year-old Rania and two-year-old Rayhanna.
Showing them the henna, she added: “Nice, isn’t it? So pretty!”
The plant-based ink is deemed a symbol of good luck and a blessing for significant events, such as birth.
While meeting young children in Morocco, Duchess Meghan opted for simple attire – going with a stylish navy blazer, black pants and shirt with matching heels.
Prince Harry and the heavily pregnant Duchess plan to spend three days visiting charities and schools, however, will not be doing any of their usual walkabouts to meet the public due to security concerns.
Swipe through the gallery above to see the stylish Duchess during her trip in Morocco.