The Duke and Duchess of Sussex found ways to add a little romance to their demanding schedule

By Erin Hill
February 24, 2019 08:22 AM

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry can’t hide their excitement about their upcoming arrival!

During the second day of their three-day visit to Morocco, the couple, who are expecting their first child in April, traveled to the Atlas Mountains to visit a boarding school for girls. During the stay, Meghan received a special henna tattoo to mark her seven months of pregnancy.

The expectant couple kept close during their visit, holding hands and sharing several sweet moments during their busy engagement. At one point, Meghan sweetly rested her head on Harry’s shoulder as he flashed a big smile.

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Meghan and Harry touched down in Morocco on Saturday hand-in-hand as they made a glamorous entrance into the country.

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During their whirlwind royal tour Down Under in October, Harry and Meghan also found ways to add a little romance to their demanding schedule. From holding hands and linking arms to rubbing backs and exchanging loving glances, they wore their hearts on their sleeves. Harry even debuted his impressive double hand hold!

As soon as Harry and Meghan went public with their romance, it was clear that they were not afraid to show PDA. And those displays of affection have continued since Meghan became an official royal.

Harry and Meghan memorably walked hand-in-hand at the Invictus Games in Toronto in September 2017 (their first public event!).

“While Prince Harry and Meghan holding hands is atypical for royal engagements, it is a seemingly welcomed gesture to show unity and celebration of their engagement period,” royal etiquette expert Myka Meier, founder and director of Beaumont Etiquette, told PEOPLE. “There is no protocol that says they can not show affection on official engagements, and this gesture makes them relatable and lovable to the public.”