If there's one thing for sure it's that the Duchess of Sussex's Moroccan tour outfits have been absolutely flawless over the last couple of days and her latest look is no exception.
Earlier on in the day, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the Education For All boarding house in the rural town of Asni, which is located near the High Atlas mountains. The mother-to-be also swept her hair back into a chic updo.
During the visit, the pregnant duchess was given a traditional Moroccan henna tattoo, which is meant to bring luck to her first child. A Kensington Palace spokesperson said of the trip: "It will build on the close relationship between the United Kingdom and Morocco".
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That amendment may not come at this week's vote in parliament however. "There's no turning back for Jeremy now", Kyle said. Labour MP Owen Smith was sacked previous year from the party frontbench after he backed a second referendum .
Thomas decided to make his daughter's letter public after Markle reportedly gave some of her closest friends the go-signal to talk to People magazine about some of the rumors she is now plagued with, including issues with her family. Mr McHugo was awarded the MBE in the New Year's Honours list 2019. Meghan is a Leo, so a lioness - she will be a very protective mum, and I'm not sure she will want her children in the spotlight which might be tricky.
But some have pointed out that the party décor suggests that Meghan may be having a girl as the exclusive venue was festooned with light-pink long-stemmed roses. They were greeted by officials including Britain's ambassador to Morocco Thomas Reilly, but were two hours late for the welcoming ceremony due to delays to their departure.
Meghan made a stylish entrance in a glamorous red Valentino dress with an elegant embroidered cape detail.
It was originally going to be on Monday afternoon.