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24 Feb 19
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GETTING catwalk-ready hair has never been easier as you can achieve…

24 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
GETTING catwalk-ready hair has never been easier as you can achieve this season’s hottest looks with minimal effort. From headbands to hair pins, find out how you can make your tresses just a few simple hair tools under your belt. Band stand Wear two silk-look headbands for extra cool-girl points Thought flat headbands were so last decade? Think again. Models at Christian Dior S/S ’19 graced the catwalk with their hair slicked back and had not just one, but two silk-look headbands for extra cool-girl points. The beauty of this look is that no matter what state your mane is in (post-wash fuzz or day five grease), a sassy band is a great way of concealing a multitude of hair sins. Want to recreate the look seen at the show? Guido Palau, Redken’s global creative director explains how. “Start by creating a three-inch triangle right at the crown of your head with a comb, then twist it up into a knot with a hair elastic,” he says. “Then, starting from the left of your head, section out the remainder of your hair into about four sections. Begin wrapping the sections around to the right of your head in a swirl, using a high-strength hairspray as you go to keep them tight to your head and secure each section with a hair grip.” To finish your look, use a flat hair band (or two) to tie it together. Tigi Bed Head Hard Head Hard Hold Hairspray will help you create a bold catwalk look Tigi Bed Head Hard Head Hard Hold Hairspray, £13 from LookFantastic — buy now Skinny Velvet Headwrap in Pale Pink, £4.50 from Claire’s — buy now ’90s Knots This hairdo looks better the more dishevelled it is Updos will never go out of fashion, but to switch up your usual bun opt for something a little edgier. A top-knot with a twist (literally) might look like a throwback from the ’90s, but if it’s good enough for Fendi S/S ’19, which sent models down the runway with super-high buns, it’s good enough for us. No time to faff around and perfect it? No problem, the more dishevelled the better! “Pull your hair into a high ponytail and tie your hair with a band. Twist the ponytail until it starts to curl in on itself then wrap it around the base of the bun,” explains celebrity hairstylist Josh Wood. Secure it in place with another hair band or grips, and seal the deal with hairspray. Finally, pull out a few strands to frame your face. L’Oréal Elnett Extra Strength Hairspray will help you create that edgy look Create this look with some simple hair grips from Boots L’Oréal Elnett Extra Strength Hairspray, £6.70 from Boots — buy now Hair Grips, £1.50 for 30 from Boots — buy now Faux braids There’s no right way to do faux braids so have fun when you’re creating your funky hairdo They might just feel like a fail-safe, go-to style – but the stylists at Dion Lee S/S ’19 gave us a totally new take on how to wear “braids”. GHD Fashion Week ambassador Eugene Souleiman started by using a curling wand on models to add movement, to freshly washed hair. Then, after a few spritzes of salt spray to add texture, use your fingers to pull the hair back loosely. To create the faux braids, take the loose baby hair at the hairline and twist it back before securing it with a small hair grip at the crown. The best thing about this look? You can tailor it to your hair type. “There’s no ‘right’ way to do this – work with what you have to create a look full of tough attitude,” he explains. GHD Fashion Week ambassador Eugene Souleiman started by using a curling wand on models to add movement, to freshly washed hair Ouai Wave Spray is great for achieving catwalk styles at bargain prices GHD Curve Creative Curl Wand, £120 from GHD.com — buy now Ouai Wave Spray, £22 from John Lewis — buy now Boho Blowdry Give your hair a bohemian vibe with this no-effort look Prefer the no-effort approach? The Ralph Lauren S/S ’19 show left models with undone, tousled waves… “Start with clean hair,” says Guido. “Add a coin-sized amount of heat-protecting blowdry cream, before drying your hair in one-inch sections with a round brush to help eliminate frizz.” While hair is hot from the dryer, pin each section up and allow it to cool – this will add bounce. Leave the pins in (the longer, you leave them, the bouncier your look). Remove the pins and run your fingers through the ends for a boho vibe. Redken Heat Re-styling Satinwear 04 Thermal Smoothing Blow-Dry Lotion is great for creating that Boho blowdry style Redken Heat Re-styling Satinwear 04 Thermal Smoothing Blow-Dry Lotion, £19.55 from FeelUnique — buy now Babyliss Diamond Hair Dryer, £54.99 from Boots — buy now [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Pretty In Pastels Semi-permanent colours are a great way to experiment with your look If you fancy switching your hair colour, try a pale pastel hue. The Marc Jacobs S/S ’19 show featured models with muted manes, coordinated with their natural hair colour. Instead of the “fun” pastels that were big last year, it’s now all about a grown-up, almost vintage vibe. “I recommend bleaching your hair first before covering it with a semi-permanent pastel toner,”says Guido. Use a weekly conditioning treatment with a bonding agent in it. This protects your hair while the colour lifts. For a short-term look, spritz in a temporary spray that will wash out easily. Fudge Paint Box Creative Semi-Permanent Colourant in Coral Blush will add some glam to your look Spritz up your ‘do with Matrix Total Results The Re-Bond Pre-Conditioner Fudge Paint Box Creative Semi-Permanent Colourant in Coral Blush, £11.45 from Look Fantastic —  buy now Matrix Total Results The Re-Bond Pre-Conditioner, £10.90 from Feel Unique — buy now [bc_video video_id=”5981171918001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Inside Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry’s debut make-up masterclass”] Stockists: Babyliss (Boots.com), Boots (Boots.com), Claire’s (Claires.com), Fudge (Fudgeprofessional.com), GHD (Ghdhair.com), L’Oréal (Boots.com), Matrix (Matrixhaircare.co.uk), Ouai (Johnlewis.com), Redken (Redken.co.uk), Tigi (Tigi.com).
24 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
GETTING catwalk-ready hair has never been easier as you can achieve this season’s hottest looks with minimal effort. From headbands to hair pins, find out how you can make your tresses just a few simple hair tools under your belt. Band stand Wear two silk-look headbands for extra cool-girl points Thought flat headbands were so last decade? Think again. Models at Christian Dior S/S ’19 graced the catwalk with their hair slicked back and had not just one, but two silk-look headbands for extra cool-girl points. The beauty of this look is that no matter what state your mane is in (post-wash fuzz or day five grease), a sassy band is a great way of concealing a multitude of hair sins. Want to recreate the look seen at the show? Guido Palau, Redken’s global creative director explains how. “Start by creating a three-inch triangle right at the crown of your head with a comb, then twist it up into a knot with a hair elastic,” he says. “Then, starting from the left of your head, section out the remainder of your hair into about four sections. Begin wrapping the sections around to the right of your head in a swirl, using a high-strength hairspray as you go to keep them tight to your head and secure each section with a hair grip.” To finish your look, use a flat hair band (or two) to tie it together. Tigi Bed Head Hard Head Hard Hold Hairspray will help you create a bold catwalk look Tigi Bed Head Hard Head Hard Hold Hairspray, £13 from LookFantastic — buy now Skinny Velvet Headwrap in Pale Pink, £4.50 from Claire’s — buy now ’90s Knots This hairdo looks better the more dishevelled it is Updos will never go out of fashion, but to switch up your usual bun opt for something a little edgier. A top-knot with a twist (literally) might look like a throwback from the ’90s, but if it’s good enough for Fendi S/S ’19, which sent models down the runway with super-high buns, it’s good enough for us. No time to faff around and perfect it? No problem, the more dishevelled the better! “Pull your hair into a high ponytail and tie your hair with a band. Twist the ponytail until it starts to curl in on itself then wrap it around the base of the bun,” explains celebrity hairstylist Josh Wood. Secure it in place with another hair band or grips, and seal the deal with hairspray. Finally, pull out a few strands to frame your face. L’Oréal Elnett Extra Strength Hairspray will help you create that edgy look Create this look with some simple hair grips from Boots L’Oréal Elnett Extra Strength Hairspray, £6.70 from Boots — buy now Hair Grips, £1.50 for 30 from Boots — buy now Faux braids There’s no right way to do faux braids so have fun when you’re creating your funky hairdo They might just feel like a fail-safe, go-to style – but the stylists at Dion Lee S/S ’19 gave us a totally new take on how to wear “braids”. GHD Fashion Week ambassador Eugene Souleiman started by using a curling wand on models to add movement, to freshly washed hair. Then, after a few spritzes of salt spray to add texture, use your fingers to pull the hair back loosely. To create the faux braids, take the loose baby hair at the hairline and twist it back before securing it with a small hair grip at the crown. The best thing about this look? You can tailor it to your hair type. “There’s no ‘right’ way to do this – work with what you have to create a look full of tough attitude,” he explains. GHD Fashion Week ambassador Eugene Souleiman started by using a curling wand on models to add movement, to freshly washed hair Ouai Wave Spray is great for achieving catwalk styles at bargain prices GHD Curve Creative Curl Wand, £120 from GHD.com — buy now Ouai Wave Spray, £22 from John Lewis — buy now Boho Blowdry Give your hair a bohemian vibe with this no-effort look Prefer the no-effort approach? The Ralph Lauren S/S ’19 show left models with undone, tousled waves… “Start with clean hair,” says Guido. “Add a coin-sized amount of heat-protecting blowdry cream, before drying your hair in one-inch sections with a round brush to help eliminate frizz.” While hair is hot from the dryer, pin each section up and allow it to cool – this will add bounce. Leave the pins in (the longer, you leave them, the bouncier your look). Remove the pins and run your fingers through the ends for a boho vibe. Redken Heat Re-styling Satinwear 04 Thermal Smoothing Blow-Dry Lotion is great for creating that Boho blowdry style Redken Heat Re-styling Satinwear 04 Thermal Smoothing Blow-Dry Lotion, £19.55 from FeelUnique — buy now Babyliss Diamond Hair Dryer, £54.99 from Boots — buy now [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Pretty In Pastels Semi-permanent colours are a great way to experiment with your look If you fancy switching your hair colour, try a pale pastel hue. The Marc Jacobs S/S ’19 show featured models with muted manes, coordinated with their natural hair colour. Instead of the “fun” pastels that were big last year, it’s now all about a grown-up, almost vintage vibe. “I recommend bleaching your hair first before covering it with a semi-permanent pastel toner,”says Guido. Use a weekly conditioning treatment with a bonding agent in it. This protects your hair while the colour lifts. For a short-term look, spritz in a temporary spray that will wash out easily. Fudge Paint Box Creative Semi-Permanent Colourant in Coral Blush will add some glam to your look Spritz up your ‘do with Matrix Total Results The Re-Bond Pre-Conditioner Fudge Paint Box Creative Semi-Permanent Colourant in Coral Blush, £11.45 from Look Fantastic —  buy now Matrix Total Results The Re-Bond Pre-Conditioner, £10.90 from Feel Unique — buy now [bc_video video_id=”5981171918001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Inside Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry’s debut make-up masterclass”] Stockists: Babyliss (Boots.com), Boots (Boots.com), Claire’s (Claires.com), Fudge (Fudgeprofessional.com), GHD (Ghdhair.com), L’Oréal (Boots.com), Matrix (Matrixhaircare.co.uk), Ouai (Johnlewis.com), Redken (Redken.co.uk), Tigi (Tigi.com).
24 Feb 19
The Sun
GETTING catwalk-ready hair has never been easier as you can achieve this season’s hottest looks with minimal effort. From headbands to hair pins, find out how you can make your tresses just a few simple hair tools under your belt. Band stand Wear two silk-look headbands for extra cool-girl points Thought flat headbands were so last decade? Think again. Models at Christian Dior S/S ’19 graced the catwalk with their hair slicked back and had not just one, but two silk-look headbands for extra cool-girl points. The beauty of this look is that no matter what state your mane is in (post-wash fuzz or day five grease), a sassy band is a great way of concealing a multitude of hair sins. Want to recreate the look seen at the show? Guido Palau, Redken’s global creative director explains how. “Start by creating a three-inch triangle right at the crown of your head with a comb, then twist it up into a knot with a hair elastic,” he says. “Then, starting from the left of your head, section out the remainder of your hair into about four sections. Begin wrapping the sections around to the right of your head in a swirl, using a high-strength hairspray as you go to keep them tight to your head and secure each section with a hair grip.” To finish your look, use a flat hair band (or two) to tie it together. Tigi Bed Head Hard Head Hard Hold Hairspray will help you create a bold catwalk look Tigi Bed Head Hard Head Hard Hold Hairspray, £13 from LookFantastic — buy now Skinny Velvet Headwrap in Pale Pink, £4.50 from Claire’s — buy now ’90s Knots This hairdo looks better the more dishevelled it is Updos will never go out of fashion, but to switch up your usual bun opt for something a little edgier. A top-knot with a twist (literally) might look like a throwback from the ’90s, but if it’s good enough for Fendi S/S ’19, which sent models down the runway with super-high buns, it’s good enough for us. No time to faff around and perfect it? No problem, the more dishevelled the better! “Pull your hair into a high ponytail and tie your hair with a band. Twist the ponytail until it starts to curl in on itself then wrap it around the base of the bun,” explains celebrity hairstylist Josh Wood. Secure it in place with another hair band or grips, and seal the deal with hairspray. Finally, pull out a few strands to frame your face. L’Oréal Elnett Extra Strength Hairspray will help you create that edgy look Create this look with some simple hair grips from Boots L’Oréal Elnett Extra Strength Hairspray, £6.70 from Boots — buy now Hair Grips, £1.50 for 30 from Boots — buy now Faux braids There’s no right way to do faux braids so have fun when you’re creating your funky hairdo They might just feel like a fail-safe, go-to style – but the stylists at Dion Lee S/S ’19 gave us a totally new take on how to wear “braids”. GHD Fashion Week ambassador Eugene Souleiman started by using a curling wand on models to add movement, to freshly washed hair. Then, after a few spritzes of salt spray to add texture, use your fingers to pull the hair back loosely. To create the faux braids, take the loose baby hair at the hairline and twist it back before securing it with a small hair grip at the crown. The best thing about this look? You can tailor it to your hair type. “There’s no ‘right’ way to do this – work with what you have to create a look full of tough attitude,” he explains. GHD Fashion Week ambassador Eugene Souleiman started by using a curling wand on models to add movement, to freshly washed hair Ouai Wave Spray is great for achieving catwalk styles at bargain prices GHD Curve Creative Curl Wand, £120 from GHD.com — buy now Ouai Wave Spray, £22 from John Lewis — buy now Boho Blowdry Give your hair a bohemian vibe with this no-effort look Prefer the no-effort approach? The Ralph Lauren S/S ’19 show left models with undone, tousled waves… “Start with clean hair,” says Guido. “Add a coin-sized amount of heat-protecting blowdry cream, before drying your hair in one-inch sections with a round brush to help eliminate frizz.” While hair is hot from the dryer, pin each section up and allow it to cool – this will add bounce. Leave the pins in (the longer, you leave them, the bouncier your look). Remove the pins and run your fingers through the ends for a boho vibe. Redken Heat Re-styling Satinwear 04 Thermal Smoothing Blow-Dry Lotion is great for creating that Boho blowdry style Redken Heat Re-styling Satinwear 04 Thermal Smoothing Blow-Dry Lotion, £19.55 from FeelUnique — buy now Babyliss Diamond Hair Dryer, £54.99 from Boots — buy now [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Pretty In Pastels Semi-permanent colours are a great way to experiment with your look If you fancy switching your hair colour, try a pale pastel hue. The Marc Jacobs S/S ’19 show featured models with muted manes, coordinated with their natural hair colour. Instead of the “fun” pastels that were big last year, it’s now all about a grown-up, almost vintage vibe. “I recommend bleaching your hair first before covering it with a semi-permanent pastel toner,”says Guido. Use a weekly conditioning treatment with a bonding agent in it. This protects your hair while the colour lifts. For a short-term look, spritz in a temporary spray that will wash out easily. Fudge Paint Box Creative Semi-Permanent Colourant in Coral Blush will add some glam to your look Spritz up your ‘do with Matrix Total Results The Re-Bond Pre-Conditioner Fudge Paint Box Creative Semi-Permanent Colourant in Coral Blush, £11.45 from Look Fantastic —  buy now Matrix Total Results The Re-Bond Pre-Conditioner, £10.90 from Feel Unique — buy now [bc_video video_id=”5981171918001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Inside Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry’s debut make-up masterclass”] Stockists: Babyliss (Boots.com), Boots (Boots.com), Claire’s (Claires.com), Fudge (Fudgeprofessional.com), GHD (Ghdhair.com), L’Oréal (Boots.com), Matrix (Matrixhaircare.co.uk), Ouai (Johnlewis.com), Redken (Redken.co.uk), Tigi (Tigi.com).
23 Feb 19
Y Magazine

We’re embracing the colour of luck and prosperity this Chinese New Year with splashes of vermilion and swathes of chinoiserie. Gong xi fa cai!

23 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have kicked-off their three-day tour of Morocco with a guard of honour in Casablanca. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were delayed by two hours after their commercial flight was late taking off following the knock-on effects of an earlier delay to their scheduled plane. Harry and Meghan were greeted by the British ambassador to Morocco The final preparations to the guard of honour were being made ahead of the royal arrival Meghan and Harry were welcomed to the country by the British ambassador Thomas Reilly and his wife Alix. The Duchess kicked off the tour in style, wearing a red bespoke Valentino dress which was accessorised with a pink clutch handbag and gloves as well as matching high heels by Christian Dior. The Duke of Sussex also looked stylish in a grey suit. Harry inspected a guard of honour from the Auxiliary Forces, who were dressed in dazzling white uniforms. The royals then walked along a red carpet that led to Casablanca Airport’s royal suite where they were offered milk and dates. A motorcade of black limousines was on hand to take the couple to meet the country’s Crown Prince Moulay Hassan. The 15-year-old prince shook hands with the royal couple at the entrance to their villa in the grounds of the royal palace. They will be staying as guests of Morocco’s King Mohammed VI. The Duke and Duchess were greeted by Crown Prince Moulay Hassan at a royal residence in Rabat Harry and Meghan were offered the traditional Moroccan welcome of dates and milk Meghan and Harry will stay overnight in Rabat in a royal residence Meghan and Harry were taken to the capital Rabat to meet the Crown Prince Meghan showed off her bump under her stylish outfit The visit is the couple’s third official overseas trip Meghan looked elegant in a bright red dress Meghan accessorised her red Valentino dress with a pink clutch bag and matching gloves Mr Reilly said: “It’s hugely exciting to have their royal highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex here for the the next few days and I’m really excited to showcase the vital roles that girls education and youth employment are playing in shaping modern Morocco. “When we began planning for this visit, I had a very clear view in my mind of the story we wanted this visit to tell. It’s the same story we’ve be telling consistently at this embassy for the last 20 months since my arrival here. “This official visit by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will highlight Morocco’s focus on women’s empowerment, girls education, inclucivity and the encouragement of social entrepreneurship.” الأمير هاري وعقيلته ميغان ماركل يحلان مساء اليوم السبت بالمطار الدولي محمد الخامس ب #الدار البيضاء. pic.twitter.com/hBbBros3rp — 2M.ma (@2MInteractive) February 23, 2019 The pair are making only their third official overseas trip together, following visits to Dublin and a tour of Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific last year. The royal couple are set to have a busy few days with seven official engagements lined up. After landing in the North African country Prince Harry and Meghan are expected to travel to the capital Rabat. SCHEDULE Meghan, 37, who is seven months pregnant, and her husband have no official duties this evening. They are due to fly by helicopter tomorrow to Asni, at the foot of the Atlas Mountains to see the work being done by the charity Education For All, which helps provide an education for girls aged 12 to 18 in rural parts of the country. Meghan is expected to take part in a Henna ceremony and the couple will then watch a secondary school football match. The pair will then attend a formal reception hosted by the British Ambassador in Rabat. Their itinerary on Monday starts with a visit to the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports, which helps support children with special needs. The couple walked the red carpet before going to the royal suite at the airport The royal couple held hands as they were escorted from the airport Meghan cradled her baby bump after stepping off the plane The royals were given a warm reception after their flight There they will watch a riding demonstration and attend a horse-grooming session with some of the kids. They will then go to Villa Des Ambassadors, which teaches disadvantaged children how to cook traditional recipes and will meet disabled kids who work in a specially-designed restaurant. Finally they will visit a market run by social entrepreneurs and meet young people. Security fears had been sparked for the royal visit after riots erupted in Rabat earlier this week during a march by teachers demanding more pay. Royal protection officers are said to be worried about the situation and have banned the royal couple from walkabouts. The tour comes days after Meghan enjoyed a baby shower in New York with pals including Serena Williams. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in world news” posts_category=”14″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Meghan’s trip to the Big Apple was criticised in some quarters after the lavish visit was said to have cost £330,000. Princess Diana’s former private secretary Patrick Jephson described the private visit as “pretty unedifying”. Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, first visited Morocco in 1995 and then again in 2011 with the Duchess of Cornwall. The Duchess was all smiles as she left airport The royals expected to meet King Mohammed VI later this evening The guard of honour was on hand to formally welcome the royals Every last detail was perfect for the guard of honour The royals are staying as guests of King Mohammed VI Meghan recently flew to New York for a lavish baby shower with pals We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
23 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have kicked-off their three-day tour of Morocco with a guard of honour in Casablanca. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were delayed by two hours after their commercial flight was late taking off following the knock-on effects of an earlier delay to their scheduled plane. Harry and Meghan were greeted by the British ambassador to Morocco The final preparations to the guard of honour were being made ahead of the royal arrival Meghan and Harry were welcomed to the country by the British ambassador Thomas Reilly and his wife Alix. The Duchess kicked off the tour in style, wearing a red bespoke Valentino dress which was accessorised with a pink clutch handbag and gloves as well as matching high heels by Christian Dior. The Duke of Sussex also looked stylish in a grey suit. Harry inspected a guard of honour from the Auxiliary Forces, who were dressed in dazzling white uniforms. The royals then walked along a red carpet that led to Casablanca Airport’s royal suite where they were offered milk and dates. A motorcade of black limousines was on hand to take the couple to meet the country’s Crown Prince Moulay Hassan. The 15-year-old prince shook hands with the royal couple at the entrance to their villa in the grounds of the royal palace. They will be staying as guests of Morocco’s King Mohammed VI. The Duke and Duchess were greeted by Crown Prince Moulay Hassan at a royal residence in Rabat Harry and Meghan were offered the traditional Moroccan welcome of dates and milk Meghan and Harry will stay overnight in Rabat in a royal residence Meghan and Harry were taken to the capital Rabat to meet the Crown Prince Meghan showed off her bump under her stylish outfit The visit is the couple’s third official overseas trip Meghan looked elegant in a bright red dress Meghan accessorised her red Valentino dress with a pink clutch bag and matching gloves Mr Reilly said: “It’s hugely exciting to have their royal highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex here for the the next few days and I’m really excited to showcase the vital roles that girls education and youth employment are playing in shaping modern Morocco. “When we began planning for this visit, I had a very clear view in my mind of the story we wanted this visit to tell. It’s the same story we’ve be telling consistently at this embassy for the last 20 months since my arrival here. “This official visit by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will highlight Morocco’s focus on women’s empowerment, girls education, inclucivity and the encouragement of social entrepreneurship.” الأمير هاري وعقيلته ميغان ماركل يحلان مساء اليوم السبت بالمطار الدولي محمد الخامس ب #الدار البيضاء. pic.twitter.com/hBbBros3rp — 2M.ma (@2MInteractive) February 23, 2019 The pair are making only their third official overseas trip together, following visits to Dublin and a tour of Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific last year. The royal couple are set to have a busy few days with seven official engagements lined up. After landing in the North African country Prince Harry and Meghan are expected to travel to the capital Rabat. SCHEDULE Meghan, 37, who is seven months pregnant, and her husband have no official duties this evening. They are due to fly by helicopter tomorrow to Asni, at the foot of the Atlas Mountains to see the work being done by the charity Education For All, which helps provide an education for girls aged 12 to 18 in rural parts of the country. Meghan is expected to take part in a Henna ceremony and the couple will then watch a secondary school football match. The pair will then attend a formal reception hosted by the British Ambassador in Rabat. Their itinerary on Monday starts with a visit to the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports, which helps support children with special needs. The couple walked the red carpet before going to the royal suite at the airport The royal couple held hands as they were escorted from the airport Meghan cradled her baby bump after stepping off the plane The royals were given a warm reception after their flight There they will watch a riding demonstration and attend a horse-grooming session with some of the kids. They will then go to Villa Des Ambassadors, which teaches disadvantaged children how to cook traditional recipes and will meet disabled kids who work in a specially-designed restaurant. Finally they will visit a market run by social entrepreneurs and meet young people. Security fears had been sparked for the royal visit after riots erupted in Rabat earlier this week during a march by teachers demanding more pay. Royal protection officers are said to be worried about the situation and have banned the royal couple from walkabouts. The tour comes days after Meghan enjoyed a baby shower in New York with pals including Serena Williams. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in world news” posts_category=”15″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Meghan’s trip to the Big Apple was criticised in some quarters after the lavish visit was said to have cost £330,000. Princess Diana’s former private secretary Patrick Jephson described the private visit as “pretty unedifying”. Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, first visited Morocco in 1995 and then again in 2011 with the Duchess of Cornwall. The Duchess was all smiles as she left airport The royals expected to meet King Mohammed VI later this evening The guard of honour was on hand to formally welcome the royals Every last detail was perfect for the guard of honour The royals are staying as guests of King Mohammed VI Meghan recently flew to New York for a lavish baby shower with pals We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
23 Feb 19
The Sun
MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have kicked-off their three-day tour of Morocco with a guard of honour in Casablanca. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were delayed by two hours after their commercial flight was late taking off following the knock-on effects of an earlier delay to their scheduled plane. Harry and Meghan were greeted by the British ambassador to Morocco The final preparations to the guard of honour were being made ahead of the royal arrival Meghan and Harry were welcomed to the country by the British ambassador Thomas Reilly and his wife Alix. The Duchess kicked off the tour in style, wearing a red bespoke Valentino dress which was accessorised with a pink clutch handbag and gloves as well as matching high heels by Christian Dior. The Duke of Sussex also looked stylish in a grey suit. Harry inspected a guard of honour from the Auxiliary Forces, who were dressed in dazzling white uniforms. The royals then walked along a red carpet that led to Casablanca Airport’s royal suite where they were offered milk and dates. A motorcade of black limousines was on hand to take the couple to meet the country’s Crown Prince Moulay Hassan. The 15-year-old prince shook hands with the royal couple at the entrance to their villa in the grounds of the royal palace. They will be staying as guests of Morocco’s King Mohammed VI. The Duke and Duchess were greeted by Crown Prince Moulay Hassan at a royal residence in Rabat Harry and Meghan were offered the traditional Moroccan welcome of dates and milk Meghan and Harry will stay overnight in Rabat in a royal residence Meghan and Harry were taken to the capital Rabat to meet the Crown Prince Meghan showed off her bump under her stylish outfit The visit is the couple’s third official overseas trip Meghan looked elegant in a bright red dress Meghan accessorised her red Valentino dress with a pink clutch bag and matching gloves Mr Reilly said: “It’s hugely exciting to have their royal highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex here for the the next few days and I’m really excited to showcase the vital roles that girls education and youth employment are playing in shaping modern Morocco. “When we began planning for this visit, I had a very clear view in my mind of the story we wanted this visit to tell. It’s the same story we’ve be telling consistently at this embassy for the last 20 months since my arrival here. “This official visit by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will highlight Morocco’s focus on women’s empowerment, girls education, inclucivity and the encouragement of social entrepreneurship.” الأمير هاري وعقيلته ميغان ماركل يحلان مساء اليوم السبت بالمطار الدولي محمد الخامس ب #الدار البيضاء. pic.twitter.com/hBbBros3rp — 2M.ma (@2MInteractive) February 23, 2019 The pair are making only their third official overseas trip together, following visits to Dublin and a tour of Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific last year. The royal couple are set to have a busy few days with seven official engagements lined up. After landing in the North African country Prince Harry and Meghan are expected to travel to the capital Rabat. SCHEDULE Meghan, 37, who is seven months pregnant, and her husband have no official duties this evening. They are due to fly by helicopter tomorrow to Asni, at the foot of the Atlas Mountains to see the work being done by the charity Education For All, which helps provide an education for girls aged 12 to 18 in rural parts of the country. Meghan is expected to take part in a Henna ceremony and the couple will then watch a secondary school football match. The pair will then attend a formal reception hosted by the British Ambassador in Rabat. Their itinerary on Monday starts with a visit to the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports, which helps support children with special needs. The couple walked the red carpet before going to the royal suite at the airport The royal couple held hands as they were escorted from the airport Meghan cradled her baby bump after stepping off the plane The royals were given a warm reception after their flight There they will watch a riding demonstration and attend a horse-grooming session with some of the kids. They will then go to Villa Des Ambassadors, which teaches disadvantaged children how to cook traditional recipes and will meet disabled kids who work in a specially-designed restaurant. Finally they will visit a market run by social entrepreneurs and meet young people. Security fears had been sparked for the royal visit after riots erupted in Rabat earlier this week during a march by teachers demanding more pay. Royal protection officers are said to be worried about the situation and have banned the royal couple from walkabouts. The tour comes days after Meghan enjoyed a baby shower in New York with pals including Serena Williams. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in world news” posts_category=”328″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Meghan’s trip to the Big Apple was criticised in some quarters after the lavish visit was said to have cost £330,000. Princess Diana’s former private secretary Patrick Jephson described the private visit as “pretty unedifying”. Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, first visited Morocco in 1995 and then again in 2011 with the Duchess of Cornwall. The Duchess was all smiles as she left airport The royals expected to meet King Mohammed VI later this evening The guard of honour was on hand to formally welcome the royals Every last detail was perfect for the guard of honour The royals are staying as guests of King Mohammed VI Meghan recently flew to New York for a lavish baby shower with pals We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
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