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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex will visit Morocco in late February

Earlier this morning, Kensington Palace announced that Harry & Meghan would spend two days in the country in late February.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Morocco from Saturday 23rd February to Monday 25th February 2019.

The Duke and Duchess’s visit is at the request of Her Majesty’s Government.

Full details of the visit will be announced in due course.

Source: The Royal Family

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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex attend the Endeavour Fund Awards

Yesterday, Harry & Meghan attended the 2019 Endeavour Fund Awards at Drapers’ Hall, London. The Endeavour Fund Awards recognize the achievements of the Armed Forces Community, i.e. soldiers who were injured or fell ill during their service but still practiced sports as part of their recovery. Before the receremony, the couple attended a reception where they met the nominees and other guests. The Duchess presented the Celebrating Excellence Award to Nathan Forster, a former soldier of the Parachute Regiment. VIDEOVIDEO

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The Duke & Duchess of Sussex visit Bristol

On Friday, Harry and Meghan spent a day in Bristol, South West England. They began their day in King Street, where they greeted all the people who had gathered in the snow to get a glimpse of the couple. The snow and the cold didn’t stop the Duke & Duchess from greeting as much people as they could, even young toddlers who’d waited a long time to meet them. VIDEO

The couple then visited the Bristol Old Vic Theatre, the oldest working theatre in the English speaking world. They saw an upcoming exhibition on the theatre’s 250 years of sound technology before watching a youth company perform a part of their production of ‘Hercules’. VIDEO

The Duke and Duchess then visited One 25, a charity helping women to get back on their feet and break-free from the sex-working world and addictions by providing them with care. Meghan had an idea to write encouraing words on bananas that were going to be delivered to these women later that day (She first saw this when a teacher in the US did it to encourage her young students). She wrote ‘You are special’, ‘You are brave’, ‘You are strong’, ‘You are loved’. VIDEO

Harry and Meghan ended their day at the Empire Fighting Chance, an organisation trying to fight the impact of deprivation on the lives of young people. They support kids who are failing at school, and those who are on the verge of getting into danger by helping them turn their life around. The Duke & Duchess were offering boxing gloves during their visit. VIDEO

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The Duchess of Sussex visits the Association of Commonwealth Universities

Earlier this afternoon, The Duchess of Sussex visited the City University of London to meet with members of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, of which she is Patron. The ACU is the world’s first and oldest university network, with more than 500 universities around the Commonwealth. Her Majesty The Queen passed on the patronage to Meghan earlier this month. Meghan attended a meeting with the Association back in December.

Today, she met with students from various countries who are currently studying in the UK and whose life has changed since joining the ACU. She also discussed the association’s involvement in helping disabled people around the world through scholarship schemes. VIDEO

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The Duchess of Sussex visits the National Theatre

Earlier today, Meghan visited her third patronage, The National Theatre, located in South Bank, London. The patronage was passed on to Meghan earlier this month by Her Majesty The Queen (who kept it for 45 years). During the visit, the Duchess revealed she visited the organisation before Christmas last year.
Meghan watched a performance by the schoolchildren of Edith Neville Primary School (which she’d already seen the last time she was there) and a run of the first Public Arts production of Sheakspeare’s play Pericles. She also met with some of the theatre’s current and former apprentices before departing. VIDEOVIDEO

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