Meghan Markle gave a glimpse of her blossoming baby bump in a quirky blue dress during her royal tour of Morocco. The Duchess of Sussex stepped out in the floor length attire, which was adorned with a patterned leaf design, alongside husband Prince Harry. Their first child is expected this spring. Former Suits actress Meghan plumped for the short-sleeved, two-tone attire which featured a skirt which flowed to the floor as they met the King of Morocco, at his residence in Rabat.
The expectant mum, 37, glowed and sported a beaming smile for the occasion.
She kept her make-up minimal and scraped her brunette locks back into a low bun.
The latest pictures showed how Prince Harry, who looked smart in a light grey suit, appeared happy to let his wife take the lead.
He was seen with a similarly happy expression as he held Meghan’s hand, before she walked in front.
Meghan then led the conversation with King Mohammed VI of Morocco.
The royals then went on to enjoy a private audience with him, in what was their third day in the African country.
They were also met by Moulay Hassan, Crown Prince of Morocco.
Some bystanders speculated Meghan, who married Prince Harry at Windsor Castle in May last year, was wearing the same Cartier designer earrings as she did on the day she said I Do.
Meanwhile, Meghan has been wowing with her fashion sense during her trip.
Earlier today, she was pictured wearing a mid-length black dress as the couple arrived at a social entrepreneurs event and market at the Andalusian Gardens, also in Rabat.
It’s not publicly known where the get-up is from, nor how much it usually sells for.
The outfit appeared to have a bardot neckline, and had a dipped hem skirt.
The Duchess of Sussex teamed it with a white blazer.
It is thought that the garment is the Babaton Keith Jacket by Aritzia, which has a price tag of £150.
She was spotted wearing the item in May 2017, when she arrived in the royal box at Ascot’s Coworth Park, to see Prince Harry play in a polo match.