Meghan Fashion – Seven month pregnant Meghan and Harry sent on Brexit trade boosting mission to Afr

Meghan Fashion –  Seven month pregnant Meghan and Harry sent on Brexit trade boosting mission to Afr


 Theresa May has asked the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to visit Morocco later this month to bolster Britain’s image in north Africa as the government seeks to lock down further free trade agreements The royal couple will travel to Morocco and spend three days touring the country even though Meghan is seven months pregnant Details of their engagements are still being kept under wraps but it is expected the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will fly the flag for Britain free of EU trade rules  The pair will also “highlight the vital role girls’ education and youth empowerment is playing” in Morocco after the 2010 Arab spring which saw sustained anti-government demonstrations, some violent, across north Africa and the Middle East  Details of which cities, charities and organisations Meghan and Harry will visit have not been announced but they are expected to meet the country’s king, Mohammed VI, and Prime Minister Saad-Eddine El Othmani  Prince Charles and Camilla visited Morocco in 2011 and the Queen made her only trip to the country in 1980 when so many things went wrong it became known as the “tour from hell”  Kensington Palace confirmed Meghan and Harry’s trip in a short statement. A spokesman for Meghan and Harry said: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Morocco from Saturday, February 23 to Monday, February 25  “This visit is at the request of Her Majesty’s Government. “Full details of the visit will be announced in due course ” In November Prince Charles and Camilla made a royal tour to west Africa, taking in three Commonwealth nations  The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall met entrepreneurs and business leaders on behalf of the UK as well as visiting military bases and charities in The Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria  Their visit came after Theresa May made a personal tour to South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya in August  Speaking before she flew to Africa, the Prime Minister outlined her hopes for a stronger Africa as the UK looks to increase trade with the continent after leaving the European Union  Mrs May said: “A more prosperous, growing and trading Africa is in all of our interests and its incredible potential will only be realised through a concerted partnership between governments, global institutions and business  “As we prepare to leave the European Union, now is the time for the UK to deepen and strengthen its global partnerships ”

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