Upon their arrival, the group of girls from the village greeted the Duke and Duchess as they were carrying UK and Moroccan flags.
The girls also sang songs in Amazigh to express their happiness over the visit of royal couple.
Videos posted on the Twitter page of the UK embassy in Morocco show the royal couple chatting with the girls from the region.
The spokesperson of the UK government in the Middle East and North Africa, Alyson King, said that “an eventful program is waiting for Duke and duchess of Sussex in Morocco…. Empowerment of girls in rural areas, access to secondary education, support for children with special needs are among the axes of this visit, which comes at the request of the British government.”
The Duke is wearing a grey sweater and black classy pants, with brown shoes, while the Duchess is wearing a blue coat with a black paint paints and simple flats.
According to the UK embassy in Rabat, the visit comes to “confirm the depth of the “historical relations that link between the UK and Morocco.”
The day will be eventful for the royal couple as both of them, packed with several activities that reflect Moroccan culture.
The pregnant duchess will be offered a henna ceremony as her right hand will be adorned with Moroccan henna tattoo, which is part of the Moroccan culture.
The ceremony will take place at the Moroccan NGO Education For All boarding houses, where they will meet teachers.
Kensington Palace tweeted about the boarding house, saying that around 200 girls are in the 5 houses and a “6th one is currently being built to allow more girls to have access to education.”
The NGO aims to educate and provide girls with the necessary aid to encourage them to finish their education.
According to the NGO, “despite the Moroccan government’s support of education policy and women’s rights, half of the country is not literate, and in rural areas, up to 83 percent of women are illiterate.”
The NGO provide the girls with the opportunity to have access to secondary educations.
“We build and run high quality boarding houses for girls from 12-18.”
During their visit in the boarding houses, the Duke and Duchess spoke with girls studying for exams.
The Kensington palace said that Education For All “has given girls from the poorest village and most remote areas of Morocco the chance to reach their potential and contribute to Morocco’s continued development.”
On Sunday evening, Prince Harry and Meghan will head back to Rabat for an official reception at the residence of the British ambassador.
On Monday, the royal couple will also visit the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports in Rabat, the Villa des Ambassadors restaurant for a cooking class on traditional Moroccan cuisine, and the Andalusian Gardens in Rabat.