Duchess Meghan wore three different outfits in Morocco today and we can’t decide which one we love more

Casual, smart or glam - it's too hard to choose!
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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan wrapped up their three-day visit to Morocco on Monday, the royal couple’s first official visit to the North African country.

Ever the style queen, the Duchess made not one, but two outfit changes throughout the long day of engagements and we can’t decide which one we love more!

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex began their final day at the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports in Rabat, to learn about the country’s developing programme supporting children with disabilities and mental health challenges and seeing the benefits of equine therapy.

The royal couple at their first engagement for their final day in Morocco. (Image: Getty)

Meghan kept her look casual, opting for a black and white stripped jumper, which drew attention to her growing belly, which she paired with a khaki J Crew jacket, black Rag and Bone maternity skinny jeans and chic black boots.

Stopping to admire some of the beautiful horses and ponies, Meghan and Harry reportedly spotted one particular pony that looked nervous with all the attention it was getting.

Royal correspondent for the Sunday Times Roya Nikkah overheard Harry asking if anyone had any carrots, with Meghan making a reference to her acting days by replying, “We all get a little camera shy, I understand.”

Meghan and Harry looked comfortable and causal as they visited the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports. (Image: Getty)

The royal parents-to-be then made their way to a cooking demonstration, where they watched children from underprivileged backgrounds learn about traditional Moroccan cooking from one of the country’s top award-winning chefs, Moha Fedal.

The chef gifted the royal couple his cookbook, and Meghan gifted him a copy of Together: Our Community Cookbook, one of the Duchess’ first projects as a royal.

Prince Harry and Meghan watched a cooking demonstration, led by on of the country’s top chefs, Chef Moha Fedal. (Image: Getty)

Following the Grenfell Tower tragedy in London the Duchess, who’s known for her love and skills at cooking, encouraged the community to release a cookbook of their recipes.

It was a huge success, selling more than 40,000 copies in the UK alone.

It was then off to the beautiful Andalusian Gardens for the Sussexes, with the radiant Duchess changing into a gorgeous pleated little black dress which she paired with black sling back heels, a white blazer and gold statement earrings.

Prince Harry also changed it up, switching his chinos, shirt and jumper for a smart tan suit.

Harry looked smart in a tan coloured suit, while Meghan wowed in a classic LBD. (Image: Getty)

Just weeks away from the birth of her first child, the Duchess was glowing. (Image: Getty)

The couple met with local artisans as well as some of Morocco’s young social entrepreneurs to hear about some of their latest projects such as working to address youth unemployment and supporting vulnerable communities.

To wrap up their royal visit in Morocco, Meghan made yet another outfit change, this time donning a breathtaking blue Carolina Herrera gown to attend an audience with the King of Morocco at the Royal Residence.

Prince Harry looked dapper in the same light grey outfit he’d worn during his first day in Morocco.

The couple wowed when they made their way to the Royal Residence to meet with the King of Morocco. (Image: Getty)

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex meet King Mohammed VI of Morocco. (Image: Getty)

The couple were given a very royal farewell, with the Crown Prince of Morocco, bidding them goodbye and ending their three-day trip to Morocco.

While it may have been a fleeting trip, the couple made a huge impression with Meghan being given a traditional henna tattoo the day before, to mark and celebrate her pregnancy.

Just weeks out from the birth of their first child, Meghan was heard promising to visit again while motioning to her baby, “with the whole family next time.”

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