Pregnant Meghan Markle Looks like a Floral Goddess in an Incredible Maxi-Dress in Morocco

The Duchess of Sussex wore an extravagant printed dress for the last stop of her royal tour before preparing to welcome her first baby. 

On Monday, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry met with King Mohammed VI in Rabat, Morocco to round off their royal tour. Markle, 37, stepped out in a light blue ensemble that gracefully flowed out around her. 

Barely showing off her baby bump, the patterned dress held frilly sleeves and opened into a crew neck at the top. At the bottom, lots of material fell around Markle's feet in blue waves.

The chiffon dress was reportedly designed for Herrera's AW19 collection and costs £3,222. The Duchess' custom version comes from a designer whom Queen Letizia of Spain highly favors. 

Markle paired the subtle but dramatic gown with a satin clutch and a pair of nude stilettos. She wore her hair in a low bun and kept her makeup simple. 

At seven months pregnant, Markle continues to stun in her selection of royal fashion for public events. Meanwhile, Prince Harry wore a simple grey suit and light pink tie. 

The couple met with Prince Mohammed and his immediate family at his private palace. After Prince Moulay Hassan, 15, greeted them outside, they stayed in the mansion for about an hour. 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Rabat, Morocco in February 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Rabat, Morocco in February 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

The pair arrived by car in a Mercedes 600 SEL, complimentary of the King for their stay in Morocco. The meeting marked the third event that they attended to on Monday, and thus Markle's third outfit for the day. 

Upon entering, Markle complimented the 1950s Arabic-style mansion while Harry delivered a letter from the Queen. Also in attendance were the King's sisters Princesses Meryem and Hasna and Prince Moulay Rachid.

Prior to their final outing, the couple went to the Social Entrepreneurs event and market in the Andalusia Gardens. There, they listened to the youth speak on empowerment and entrepreneurship. 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Rabat, Morocco in February 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Rabat, Morocco in February 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

Earlier that day, they attended the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports where Markle wore a more casual ensemble featuring a jumper, black skinny jeans, and suede boots. 

In all, Markle reportedly spent over £110, 000 during the three-day Morocco tour. From a Dior gown worth £90,000 to a pair of diamond earrings valued at  £110,700.89, Markle was displaying the best of the best. 

She wore designers including Gianvito Rossi, Valentino, Alice + Olivia, and her friend Misha Nonoo. The "Suits" alum impressed with her respect for tradition as she wore the luxury brands. 

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arriving in Morocco in February 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arriving in Morocco in February 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

On Saturday, Markle's Valentino dress was long and loose, in line with traditional clothing in Morocco. Online, many commended Markle for respecting the predominant religion of the country. 

They also pointed out that the red dress she wore appeared to show tribute to the Moroccan flag. The following evening, Markle again wore a modest silk Dior gown for a reception hosted by the British Ambassador to Morocco. 

As she rounds of her public royal duties, we await the coming of Markle's first baby who is due around late April. She's certainly done a lot throughout the past seven months and we pray she has a healthy delivery. 

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