Royals Every Photo of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in Morocco – Their Last Tour Before Becoming Parents! Their tour will center around issues close to their hearts: women's empowerment, girls' education, inclusivity and encouragement of social entrepreneurship By Stephanie Petit Stephanie Petit Stephanie Petit is a Royals Writer and Reporter at PEOPLE. People Editorial Guidelines Published on February 24, 2019 09:13 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Photo: Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images 01 of 47 Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock Meghan Markle and Prince Harry landed in Morocco on Saturday for their three-day royal tour, the couple's last before welcoming their first child this spring. 02 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock The royal couple arrived hand-in-hand to the airport in Casablanca, where they were greeted by the British Ambassador to Morocco, Thomas Reilly, and his wife, Alix. The tour will also see them travel to the Atlas Mountains and the capital, Rabat. 03 of 47 Meghan Markle. Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock The Duchess of Sussex wore a red Valentino dress with an elegant embroidered cape detail. She styled her hair in a polished updo and carried a blush clutch, gloves and heels. 04 of 47 Hannah McKay - WPA Pool/Getty Images Meghan opted for a red dress to represent the Moroccan flag. The red background on the country's flag represents hardiness, bravery, strength and valor. 05 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. On Sunday, the duo helicoptered into the Atlas Mountains for a visit to a girls' boarding house. 06 of 47 Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images Meghan wore a collarless navy blazer from Alice + Olivia over a black sweater by Misha Nonoo, black pants and her go-to black velvet Birdies flats for the outing. 07 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images Inside, Meghan received a henna tattoo, which is usually tattooed on forearms for special occasions, to mark her seven months of pregnancy. 08 of 47 Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images "It's for when we have a big party," Khadeja Oukattou, one of the housemothers, says. "Now she is pregnant we do the henna to keep her happy with with the baby. For good luck. 09 of 47 Natural henna, typically brown and derived solely from plants, and with no added chemicals, is safe to use during pregnancy, according to experts. Black henna, however, contains a dye called para-phenylenediamine (PPD) and is not safe. 10 of 47 Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images The Moroccan NGO "Education For All" builds boarding houses for girls ages 12 to 18 to ensure that girls from rural communities in the High Atlas Mountains region are able to access secondary education. 11 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images And the visit will give the girls "more "confidence" and enable more young girls to be helped by the NGO, Oukattou says. "They give all the love." 12 of 47 Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images The girls are "proud that this visit is on our house. They are from a very far villages in the mountains and meeting these people makes them very proud." 13 of 47 Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Facundo Arrizabalaga - Pool/Getty Images The royal couple then headed to the school where the girls from the dormitory attend classes. There, they chatted with teachers and watched a soccer match. 14 of 47 Yui Mok/PA Images/Getty Images A mother from Northern Ireland — who now lives in Marrakesh, 30 miles away — brought her two girls to see the couple. Clare Minejam, who is a doctor, and Rania, 5, and Rayhana, 2, waved Moroccan and British flags as the couple stride towards the pink stucco building. "Most Moroccans know who they are — it's a Facebook world and people watched the wedding," says Minejam. 15 of 47 Facundo Arrizabalaga - Pool/Getty Images The expectant couple kept close during their visit, holding hands and sharing several sweet moments during their busy engagement. 16 of 47 Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Samir Hussein/WireImage At one point, Meghan sweetly rested her head on Harry's shoulder as he flashed a big smile. 17 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Andrew Parsons/i-Images/Polaris Later on Saturday, the couple switched into formal wear for a reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Morocco, Thomas Reilly, and his wife at the British Residence in Rabat. 18 of 47 Yui Mok - Pool/Getty Images The royal mom-to-be looked regal in a bespoke dress by Dior featuring draped sleeves. After wearing her hair loose earlier in the day, Meghan pulled back her locks into a low bun, showing off her Birks Snowflake Snowstorm diamond earrings. 19 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Yui Mok - Pool/Getty Images The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were greeted upon their arrival by the daughters of the ambassador — Orla, 12, and Elsa, 8. 20 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Yui Mok - Pool/Getty Images Meghan accepted a beautiful bouquet of flowers from them. 21 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Arthur Edwards - Pool/Getty Images The couple was also given a traditional rose water greeting. 22 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Arthur Edwards - Pool/Getty Images During the reception, the parents-to-be met a number of guests, including influential Moroccan women, young entrepreneurs and disabled athletes – all of whom the royal parents-to-be work to champion with their charitable work. 23 of 47 Arthur Edwards - Pool/Getty Images As the tour started, Reilly highlighted some of the themes of the visit, which were reflected at the party. 24 of 47 Arthur Edwards - Pool/Getty Images "Women have traditionally played a vital role in Moroccan society. A focus on improving access to secondary education for girls, especially in rural areas, and better vocational training for women is recognition that improved education, releasing a woman's human growth and developmental potential, is essential for sustainable economic growth," he said. 25 of 47 Arthur Edwards - Pool/Getty Images Meghan kept a hand on her baby bump as she met attendees. 26 of 47 Samir Hussein/WireImage They kicked off the final day of their tour on Monday at the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports. 27 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Samir Hussein/ WireImage They dressed casually for the outing, with Meghan sporting a green jacket by J.Crew (one that has been in her closet since before her wedding!) over a striped shirt along with black pants and Stuart Weitzman boots. 28 of 47 Meghan Markle. Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock The Duke and Duchess of Sussex learned more about the country's developing program of supporting children with special needs through equine therapy. They attended a horse grooming session with some of the children before watching a riding demonstration and meeting trainers. 29 of 47 Meghan Markle. Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock Louis Broski, who set up the program about 16 years ago to carry out physical therapy for handicapped children, said the couple was "very gentle." "Meghan was very gentle towards our children. And Harry was interested in what we are doing," he tells PEOPLE. 30 of 47 Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images The couple then visited a cooking school in Rabat, where they watched a demonstration of children from under-privileged backgrounds learn traditional Moroccan recipes from one of the country's top chefs, Moha Fedal. 31 of 47 Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images The couple sampled a variety of dishes, including traditional pancakes. 32 of 47 Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images Drink up! 33 of 47 Chef Moha and Meghan Markle. Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images Meghan, wearing a striped shirt over her growing baby bump, also received a copy of Chef Moha's cookbook – and in exchange gave him Together: Our Community Cookbook with a handwritten note. 34 of 47 Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images "Chef Mohar. Wishing you continued success and congratulating you on your incredible work in engaging the community in cooking," she wrote. "All the best, Meghan." 35 of 47 Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images The couple kept close during the visit, holding hands... 36 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images ...and linking arms! 37 of 47 Tim P. Whitby - Pool/Getty Images They then posed for a photo with the children. 38 of 47 Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Samir Hussein/WireImage After an outfit change, the royal parents-to-be headed to the Andalusian Gardens to hear about youth empowerment from young social entrepreneurs at a market. 39 of 47 Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock Meghan chose a pleated black dress topped by a white blazer and completed the look with black heels and statement earrings. Harry opted for khaki pants, a suit jacket and a white button-up shirt sans tie. 40 of 47 Meghan Markle. Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock They saw traditional Moroccan arts and crafts on display in the walled public garden amid exotic plants, flowers and fruit trees. 41 of 47 Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock Harry squatted down to examine one craftsman's pieces made of cedar wood. 42 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock The craftsman then gifted Meghan a necklace, placing it over her head to wear as she visited other stalls. Attentive Harry then pulled up his wife's ponytail so that it fell back over it. 43 of 47 Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Yui Mok/PA Images via Getty Images At one of the first stops in the fabulous walled gardens high above the coast with the Mediterranean sea, they were handed two embroidered foot cushions – which will perhaps come in useful in their new home, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor Castle. 44 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images "They were interested. They asked many questions. It was a great pleasure to see them," Ismail Boudrous from the social enterprise says. 45 of 47 Samir Hussein/WireImage Check out those earrings! 46 of 47 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Samir Hussein/WireImage Silver craftsman Sakhi Driss had a photo of Harry's father, Prince Charles, on display from when the Queen's son visited his store in Fez. Driss said of Harry, "He asked when the visit was and where was the picture taken." 47 of 47 Samir Hussein/WireImage At one point, Harry jokingly shielded his eyes as the sun reflected off one of the silver pieces – and Meghan learned that it takes about six days to make one tray.