Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are on their way to the African country on a three-day trip – days after Meghan’s luxury New York City trip.
They will be busy at work – despite Meghan, 37, being heavily pregnant – carrying out official engagements on behalf of the British government.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were due to arrive at Casablanca airport tonight to be welcomed by the British Ambassador to Morocco before inspecting a Guard of Honour.
But the couple will be an hour late after their plane was delayed, The Mirror reported.
There are no official engagements this evening but the couple are fitting seven engagements into the next two days.
The couple’s itinerary will see them spend spend day two of their tour visiting several schools in the small town of Asni, before attending a reception hosted by British Ambassador, Thomas Reilly.
Monday, the third and final day of their tour, will be spent meeting children with special needs, before visiting a cooking demonstration, a traditional Moroccan arts and crafts display and attending a horse grooming session at an equestrian facility.
It is reported that Meghan will be around 30 weeks pregnant when she flies to Morocco with Harry on a commercial flight, with most airlines allowing women to fly until the 37 week mark.
Meghan has not long been back in the UK on a private jet after a five-day trip to New York with some of her closest friends.
The pregnant duchess enjoyed some quality time with pals, including a luxurious baby shower, ahead of the arrival of her first child in April.
Meghan stayed in a penthouse suite at the five-star Mark Hotel, which costs about $75,000 a night, and visited some of her favourite places in the city.
Amal Clooney, Serena Williams and Abigail Spencer were among the celebrity pals who attended her baby shower.
“They will be delayed”
Kensington Palace was contacted for comment.