The royal couple were seen eating pancakes and sipping out of ornate bowls.
Known foodie Meghan Markle was right in her element in Morocco.
The Duchess of Sussex and husband Prince Harry visited a cooking school in Rabat on Monday, their third day in the North African country, People reported. The pair watched children learn traditional recipes from Moha Fedal, one of Morocco's top chefs.
Meghan and Harry tasted some of the treats, including pancakes. They were also seen sipping out of ornate bowls.
Meghan is no stranger to food. She helped the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in London, encouraging members of the community kitchen to publish a book of recipes — Meghan wrote the forward to the book, which initially sold more than 40,000 copies, according to People.
The duchess gave a copy of "Together: Our Community Cookbook" to Fedal with a handwritten message inside: "Chef Moha. Wishing you continued success and congratulating you on your incredible work in engaging the community in cooking. All the best, Meghan.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex take part in a cooking activity with children from disadvantaged backgrounds, with @Chef_Moha, an awarding-winning chef, known for reinventing Moroccan cuisine. #RoyalVisitMorocco. pic.twitter.com/89UzSdIUM8— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) February 25, 2019
Meghan gave Chef Moha a copy of her #Together cookbook.— Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) February 25, 2019
She wrote: “Chef Mohar. Wishing you continued success and congratulating you on your incredible work in engaging the community in cooking. All the best. Meghan”
He gave her his book ‘Le Vrai Goût du Maroc’#royalvisitmorocco pic.twitter.com/BYPq1W9GVx
Kensington Palace said the couple also visited Andalusian Gardens in Rabat to meet local artisans Monday. That evening, they met with King Mohammed VI and gave him a letter from Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
The royal couple began their tour of Morocco on Saturday. Meghan arrived in Casablanca in a flowing red gown and cape, and on Sunday, the duchess participated in a henna ceremony, a tradition for pregnant women in Morocco. After staying in the country privately for an extra day, the pair will return to London on Tuesday, People reported.