The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have decided to travel to their favorite continent, Africa, as their final trip before the expected April arrival of their baby.

According to People, on Saturday, at the request of Queen Elizabeth, her grandson Prince Harry and Meghan Markle landed in Morocco for a three-day tour on behalf of the British government.

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“They will be shown first-hand the transformational impact of community-based programs and Morocco’s changing attitudes towards women,” Thomas Reilly, the British Ambassador to Morocco, explained to the press.

The tour, which wrapped on Monday, was meant to highlight women’s issues such as girls’ education, women’s empowerment and social entrepreneurship.

The newlyweds traveled with an entourage of nine people and since Markle is expecting her first child, “medical provisions” were made for the mother-to-be while they stayed at the royal residence of King Mohammed VI.

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A die-hard fashionista even during her third trimester, over the weekend the Duchess wore a red Valentino dress in honor of Morocco’s flag.

A photo of the garment was tweeted by royal commentator Omid Scobi:

According to CNN, although a trip to Africa is what sparked their whirlwind romance at the beginning of their courtship, this is actually the couple’s first time visiting the North African country. Despite concerns about safety following a series of riots last week in the city of Rabat, security was tight. The royals even made a trip to an all-girls boarding school in the Atlas Mountains, Education For All boarding houses in the town of Asnia and a cooking school for underprivileged children.

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