She is glowing! Meghan can't help looking down at her baby bump

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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That's the verdict of BBC royal correspondent Jonny Dymond on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's official visit to Morocco.

Meghan let out a laugh and replied, "Surprise!"

Baby Sussex is rumoured to be due in late April, with Kensington Palace only announcing the baby is due in Spring.

While, like Harry and Meghan, King Felipe and Queen Letizia met with schoolchildren during their visit, there was not the same easy-going atmosphere captured on camera.

The parents-to-be sampled a dish called pastilla, which is a savoury pie cooked with pigeon. They also held hands while exploring the country's capital, Rabat. "Now she is pregnant, we do the henna to keep her happy with with the baby". The couple sampled some Moroccan cuisine, cooked by Moha Fedal, who hosts the North African nation's version of MasterChef.

It comes as speculation continues to mount over the sex of Meghan's baby.

The royal couple, who married a year ago, appeared relaxed as they stroked horses poking their heads out of the stable doors in the morning sunshine.

Harry and Meghan will later watch children make pancakes using a recipe from the cookbook "Together: Our Community Cookbook".

All of the activities - plus Markle's apparent stamina - has impressed the Queen so much that she may bestow them with a rare honor: a thank you note.

Burrell then remarked that Kate Middleton also had a baby shower for their firstborn, Prince George, adding, though, that by comparison with Meghan's, that "was [a] very private and contained affair". Enter Harry, who gently lifted his wife's ponytail and proceeded to sweetly rub her back.

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