For their second day in Morocco, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex had several engagements in Asni. To start their day, they met girls during a visit to an “Education For All” boarding house for girls aged 12 to 18. The charity helps ensure girls from rural communities high in the Atlas Mountains are able to access a secondary education. Meghan was speaking a really good french with the young girls and as a french native i’m quite impressed! Our duchess also received a traditional Henna ceremony for pregnant women by one of the girls.
Then, Meghan & Harry walked to the Lycee Qualifiant Grand Atlas where students were practicing their English. They took the time to watch students play in a football match and met some of them.
To end their visit, the Royal Couple attended an Investiture for Michael McHugo the founder of ‘Education for All’. He received an MBE in the New Year’s Honours list 2019 for services to improving gender quality in education in Morocco.
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