The Duke and Duchess of Sussex demonstrated just what great parents they will make this weekend while on their royal tour of Morocco. Meghan and Harry, whose first child will be arriving very soon, met two young sisters who had waited for hours to meet them.
According to People, their mother, Clare Minejam, who is originally from Northern Ireland but who now lives in nearby Marrakesh, travelled to the Atlas Mountains with her daughters so that they could meet Harry and Meghan. Rania (5) and Rayhana (2) were waving the British flag and wearing red dresses to match the Moroccan flag. The Sussexes were just leaving when the spotted the sisters and went over to say hello.
Meghan shook hands with Rania and Rayhana and asked them what their names were, showing them her new henna tattoo that she had had done earlier in the day.
A close friend of Meghan's revealed to People that this is how Meghan usually behaves with children and that she in genuinely interested in what they have to say. "(The Meghan) you see at walkabouts, when she crouches down to talk to the kids and genuinely has real conversations with people, that’s Meg. That’s how she crouches down with our kids at home. How she plays with them. That’s how she engages with people and how she always has. She asks their names; she listens to their stories. And she’s genuinely interested. we see a person who treats everyone the same. And she is the same person, through everything around her has changed.”