Prince Harry & Meghan Markle's Upcoming Babymoon Doesn't Sound Very Relaxing

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While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are gearing up to welcome their new baby in a few months, they show no signs of slowing down. In fact, they are heading to Morocco in two weeks for what is shaping up to be somewhat of a working babymoon, according to Hello! Kensington Palace made a formal announcement about the upcoming trip.

  • Morocco here they come!

    From February 23-25, Harry and Meghan will visit Morocco on behalf Queen Elizabeth. While the trip will be a short one, we certainly hope they can set aside time to relax. More details on their trip will be revealed by Kensington Palace at a later date.

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  • Meghan has been keeping busy throughout her entire pregnancy.

    We are not surprised that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will continue to work up until the birth of their first child. Meghan has been going nonstop while pregnant, and makes working appearances seemingly every week. Of course, she looks amazing in the process!

  • But, they are still making time to prepare for baby.

    Despite their busy schedules, Meghan and Harry are taking the time to prep for their bundle of joy. They've started working on the nursery and have even chosen the paint color and decided to keep things neutral, as they reportedly don't know the sex of the baby yet. 

  • ... And apparently their impending addition to the family is a "heavy baby," at that!

    On Thursday night, the royal couple attended the Endeavour Fund Awards and were reportedly talking quite a bit about the baby. Harry told one guest, "There's a heavy baby in her." While Meghan didn't shoot any side eye his way, she did tell another guest that Harry is, "Going to be the best dad."

    Let's all go ahead and collectively say a big awww, shall we?