Prince Harry of England and his Spouse Princess Meghan Markle visited, Monday, Rabat's Andalusian Gardens, located in the historic site of the Udayas, where they reviewed a sample of Moroccan crafts.
Upon their arrival, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, currently visiting Morocco, were greeted by songs performed by Gnawa troops and admired a selection of handicrafts, an authentic national heritage that reflects the values and centuries-old customs and habits of Moroccans.
The handicrafts presented to the princely couple include copper and silver solid engravings, traditional carpets, carved wooden crates as well as leather articles and pottery.
The couple also discovered Arabic calligraphy motifs on leather, paper or fabric, traditional stools made from goat and cattle skins and embroidered with silk and “skalli”.
On this occasion, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex expressed their admiration for the richness and diversity of Moroccan craft industry.
The objectives of this visit are to bring the princely couple closer to an important component of Moroccan civilization and culture, and to make them aware of the efforts being made to safeguard this heritage.