26 February 2019

Meghan's Moroccan Tour Jewels

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wrapped up their official visit to Morocco on Monday, and we've got a roundup today of all the jewels she wore during the trip!




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Harry and Meghan arrived on Saturday evening at the airport in Casablanca, where they were greeted by the British ambassador.


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Meghan chose a red ensemble by Valentino for her arrival, accessorizing with petite diamond and yellow gold earrings from Natalie Marie. She previously wore the pair during the tour of Australia.


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We also caught a glimpse of her wedding and engagement rings on her arrival, which she wore along with a slim golden ring on her left thumb.


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On Sunday morning, the couple visited the 'Education For All' boarding house for girls in Asni, which ensures that girls from rural communities in the High Atlas Mountain regions have access to secondary education.


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During the visit, Meghan participated in a traditional henna ceremony to mark the seventh month of her pregnancy.


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With her more casual ensemble for Monday's daytime engagements, Meghan wore a pair of gold stud earrings that were given to her in New Zealand by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.


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Close-ups following the henna ceremony also gave us some great views of Meghan's rings.


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Harry and Meghan attended a reception at the residence of the British ambassador in Rabat on Sunday evening.


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She reached for a familiar pair of earrings from her jewelry box for the reception: the Snowflake Snowstorm diamond earrings from Birks.


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The embellished sleeves of her Dior gown also provided a bit more subtle sparkle, as did the crystal-studded bee on her Dior clutch.


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On Monday morning, the Sussexes made a stop at the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports in Rabat.


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They also visited the Villa des Ambassadors in Rabat, where they greeted local children and viewed a cooking demonstration.


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At the site, Meghan, Harry, and a group of children from under-privileged backgrounds learned traditional Moroccan recipes from one of Morocco’s foremost chefs, Chef Moha Fedal. He and Meghan also swapped cookbooks; he gave her one of his own books, and she presented him with a copy of Together: Our Community Cookbook.


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The day's engagements gave us another look at a recently-worn pair of earrings: the golden bar earrings from Ecksand, which feature a twisted, rope-like design. We previously saw her wear the earrings for a visit to the National Theatre in January.


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On this occasion, Meghan wore the earrings vertically, a change from their last outing.


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On her right hand, Meghan also sported another gold ring. It's reportedly the Karen Walker Runway Ring, previously worn during the tour of Australia.


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Monday's afternoon schedule included visits to other sites in Rabat, including the Kasbah of the Udayas and the Andalusian Gardens. Meghan changed outfits and jewelry for these outings.


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Her show-stopping statement earrings are the Onde Gourmette gold-plated brass earrings from Bijoux.


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Here's another view of the earrings, which are fairly affordable, retailing for around $200.


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Meghan also added another accessory during her tour of the market, when a vendor offered her a necklace.


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The long necklace features a carved cedar wood pendant.


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The visit wrapped up on Monday evening with a trip to the residence of King Mohammed VI of Morocco in Rabat.


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Meghan wore a very familiar pair of earrings for the couple's audience with the monarch: her diamond stud earrings from Cartier, which she wore on her wedding day. She paired the earrings with a gown from Carolina Herrera.


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Several other members of the Moroccan royal family were present for the audience, including two of the king's sisters, Princess Lalla Meryem and Princess Lalla Hasna; his brother, Prince Moulay Rachid. His fifteen-year-old son and heir, Crown Prince Moulay Hassan, was also in attendance.


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As was the case during the recent Spanish visit, one member of the Moroccan royal family continued to be noticeably absent: Princess Lalla Salma, wife of the king and mother of the crown prince. There have been rumors for more than a year that Mohammed and Salma have divorced, but the court has refused to confirm or deny them. British royal reporters inquired after Salma during this official visit, and Emily Andrews reported that they were told that "it is understood" that Salma is currently at her home on the Greek island of Kea with the couple's eleven-year-old daughter, Princess Lalla Khadija.


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And that's a wrap for our coverage of the jewels worn on this particular royal visit. Which pieces were your favorites?