The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have met with riders and trainers at a equestrian club on the final day of their trip to Morocco.
Heavily pregnant Meghan was seen at the stables during an early morning visit to the Royal Moroccan Equestrian Club Dar Essalam.
The duchess remarked on how the training centre is a "gorgeous space," adding it is "really impressive."
The soon-to-be parents were seen admiring the horses at the centre, which helps children with disabilities in the north African country.
The couple are expected to join a horse-grooming session at the prestigious club before watching a riding demonstration.
On the final day of their three-day trip, the couple met young social entrepreneurs to discuss youth empowerment in Morocco.
The visit was followed by a trip to see displays of traditional arts and crafts from the country in a walled public garden.
Later, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex watched Moroccan children make a dish from the Grenfell cookbook championed by Meghan.
The best-selling book was the idea of the duchess, who suggested it to a group of women at a cultural centre in north Kensington in the aftermath of the blaze.
ITV News Royal Editor Chris Ship was on hand to sample the food offerings prior to the couple's arrival.
During the visit, Prince Harry pushed away cameras from local journalists covering the visit for Moroccan media outlets.
The prince is caught on camera as he tries to prevent a child, who has helped cooked the feast the royal pair are tucking into, from being hit by one of the pieces of camera equipment.
Harry is seeing using his left hand to shoo the cameras away before patting the child on the back and smiling.
As part of the visit, the couple have been dining on local dishes. A small banquet of food was presented to them, including pigeon pie. The duke and duchess sampled the delicacy, with Meghan commenting the food "looks beautiful," before adding that she is a fan of the pie.
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