The Duchess of Sussex is now back in the United Kingdom for a brief stop, heading to Morocco with Prince Harry on an official visit before settling down for the final stretch of her pregnancy back in England. The couple have a packed itinerary during their stay in the country.
The security source continued: "Those responsible with protecting the royals on foreign visits have sought strong assurances security will be bolstered during the couple's trip". Meanwhile the Daily Telegraph - said to be the Queen's favoured newspaper each morning - reported the "glamour" of the American gathering may have "surpassed" Markle's wedding past year to Prince Harry.
The couple were in Morocco to visit projects which aim to strengthen the role of women in society, Reilly told reporters, as well as programs tackling mental health challenges.
During their visit to Morocco - which will be an important market for the United Kingdom after Brexit - the pair will visit the famous Atlas Mountains and the country's capital, Rabat. It's the same story we've been telling consistently at this embassy for the last 20 months since my arrival here.
The Duchess of Sussex, due to give birth in the spring, returned to Britain Thursday after enjoying a party with celebrity friends at what British papers referred to as "the most expensive hotel suite in the US".
The Duke and Duchess will visit students and teachers from a local high school in Asni, as well as the school's sports stadium to watch children play football.
"So excited to share this royally awesome news. and to share this adventure with you sir, @CharlieREfield!"
"She has to learn respect for William and Kate and she'll have to curtsey to Kate as the future Queen and be seen to do it in public".
The 37-year-old royal - who is expecting a baby with her husband Prince Harry - jetted back to the United Kingdom with her friend Amal after celebrating her baby shower with 15 close friends in NY.