Why is Meghan Markle traveling to Africa just 2 months before the deadline?

Meghan Markle could be two months after her birth and Prince Harry's first child, but that does not slow her down. Considering that the future mother could take a long breaking up after giving birth is not a surprise that she is standing that long.

It was already known to the public that the new Duchess would work until its expiration, but this made it no less surprising to travel to Africa. So what prompted Markle to take a trip across the sea and what will she do?

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Where is Meghan Markle going to Africa?

The future mother will travel with her adorable husband by his side. They will take a weekend trip to Morocco in North Africa. This will be the first official trip to Markle and Prince Harry in Africa. Curiosity: in reality it is not the first time that Markle is in the country. Before growing up in royalty, he did his own philanthropic work in Rwanda!

This is not even Prince Harry's first trip to Africa

Prince Harry has also been in Africa many times before. In November of last year, Prince Harry left his pregnant wife in the United Kingdom on a whirlwind trip to Zambia. While Markle wanted to be with her husband, her mother Doria visited more or less the same time. Not to mention the news of the Zika virus that encouraged her to stay at home to ensure both her safety and the safety of their unborn child. During the two-day trip, Prince Harry gave a passionate speech about the strong relationship between the two countries.

Why is Meghan Markle traveling to Africa?

While outside the couple will focus their energies on the education of girls and on the emancipation of young people, two main causes of the couple are expensive. According to Kensington Palace, the duo is sent at the request of the British government. Their hope is that the official humanitarian visit will be the first step towards creating a great relationship between Morocco and the United Kingdom.

Considering the explicit feminist nature of Markle, it is not surprising that this trip is one of those she has refused to transmit. He used his fame, both before and after his marriage to the royal family, to talk about women's rights. While Morocco has made great strides in education, it is not yet at its best. All the girls can attend elementary school, but at present the majority abandon themselves. Only 14% of them actually succeed in attending high school.

During their weekend adventure, the couple will meet the king of Morocco, King Mohammed VI, and the country's prime minister, Saad-Eddine El Othmani. Apart from the pure royal engagement, future parents will also have the opportunity to go around some of Morocco's main tourist attractions.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have many amazing places to choose from. Popular places include Medina of Marrakech, Hassan II Mosque, Casba Oudaia, Menara Garden, Tangier, Bahia Palace, Volubilis, Bab al-Mansour, Ouzoud Waterfalls, Dades Valley, Ait Ben Haddou and Majorelle Gardens.

When will the Duchess of Sussex come out?

The Duchess of Sussex will fly with her husband by her side on Saturday 23 February. The royal couple will return the following Monday, 25 February. At the time of the visit, Markle will be about eight months pregnant.

Is it the first time that a Duchess flew away while she was pregnant?

The Duchess of Cambridge also went on tour while she was pregnant with her youngest, Prince Louis. Kate Middleton was in the middle of a Scandinavian tour around the same time last year. Although she was not so close to giving birth, she and Prince William's trip to Norway and Sweden were a great feat for the already experienced mother of two. Maybe he can give Markle some advice on long journeys during pregnancy!