Prince Harry & Meghan Markle's Babymoon Will Be A Working One In Morocco

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be jetting off to Morocco later this month, but for work purposes rather than a deserved, relaxing babymoon.

Finding the time to relax when you have a baby on the way can be difficult. All you can think about is your impending maternity/paternity leave. Then when that time finally comes, it's all hands on deck as you prepare for the baby's arrival. Once the little one is almost here though, it's integral that you take some time to relax if you can.

Since everything has a name in the 21st century, so does relaxing when a baby is on the way. It's called a babymoon. While the term honeymoon refers to the holiday after a marriage, babymoon relates to a period of time before the baby arrives. If you think life is stressful and busy while pregnant, just imagine what it'll be like when your new child is here.


It would appear that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are about to embark on their very own babymoon. However, since the work of the British Royal Family is never done, it looks as if the trip will have to be a working one. The official Twitter account of Kensington Palace revealed that the soon-to-be parents will be visiting from Morocco from February 23 until February 25.

However, as the source of the news suggests, it will be an official visit rather than an optional one. That will mean Harry and Meghan will need to perform royal duties during their weekend in North Africa. Neither of them has stopped since discovering Meghan is pregnant, so we sincerely hope that there will be at least a little time to relax during their time in Morocco.

As for when the newest addition to the Royal Family is due, the vague answer to that question is Spring. No official due date has been given but the pair will likely be parents within the next two months. Exciting times for Harry and Meghan, as well as all of us Royal family fanatics. Meghan will need to take it easy soon, though. Perhaps her visit to Morocco this month will be one of her last royal duties before becoming a mom.


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