After a busy day in Morocco, Harry and Meghan stepped out for a reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Morocco at the British Residence in Rabat.
Meghan looked breath-taking in a cream Dior dress featuring draped sleeves. She accessorized her look with Birks Snowflake Snowstorm diamond earrings and a tan clutch.
After wearing her hair loose earlier in the day, she pulled back her locks into a low bun for the occasion.
Meanwhile, Harry wore a dapper navy suit and tie.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent the evening meeting influential Moroccan women and speaking to the nation’s young entrepreneurs and disabled athletes.
The royal couple arrived to the sounds of a Moroccan band and were greeted by the ambassador’s daughters, Orla and Elsa with a welcome gift of flowers.
Meghan, who is in the third trimester of her pregnancy, and Harry were all smiles as they were greeted by the ambassador’s daughters.
Meghan introduced husband Harry to the girls, saying: “This is Harry” as the Duke bent down to shake the sisters’ hands.
After asking Elsa her name Meghan was handed a second bouquet, which she smelt exclaiming:”Wow, they are so sweet.”
They also met the ambassador’s wife, Leah, and were given a traditional rosewater greeting.
Earlier in the day, Meghan and Harry visited a boarding house for young girls in Asni Town, on the Atlas Mountains. There Meghan participated in a henna ceremony.
“It’s for when we have a big party,” Khadeja Oukattou, a housemother at the boarding house, says. “Now she is pregnant we do the henna to keep her happy with with the baby. For good luck.”
Later they met students and teachers at a secondary school and watched children playing football on the sports grounds.
Meghan wore a long navy blazer from Alice + Olivia throughout the day, a black top, black skinny jeans and black loafers. But, for her second event, she changed into a long white tunic and black Manolo Blahnik heels.
Tomorrow, the couple will visit the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports to learn more about equine therapy, before attending a cooking demonstration in Rabat.
They will finish their trip to Morocco by hearing from young social entrepreneurs about youth empowerment.