Prince Harry just made a hilarious dad joke while he was in Morocco.

During their visit to Education For All, a boarding house that supports female education in the rural communities of the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco, they were seen chatting with a group of teachers.

One of them congratulated the royal couple on Markle’s pregnancy, and Prince Harry took this as an opportunity to tease his wife. He started off by jokingly asking the Duchess of Sussex if she’s pregnant and whether or not the baby is his. Markle and everyone else ended up laughing.

But it seems that the Duke of Sussex is not the only one who is good at making jokes. Markle also showed off her funny side during their trip to the Moroccan Federation of Equestrian Sports. Roya Nikkhah, a royal correspondent for The Sunday Times, shared how Markle joked about her acting career.

“In a grooming session with some young people who benefit from Morocco’s equine therapy program, Harry noticed one of the ponies was a little nervous and shaking. ‘Has anyone got any carrots?’ he joked… Meghan: ‘We all get a little camera shy, I understand,’” she tweeted.

During their visit to the venue, Prince Harry also declared that he misses his old horses. One of the duke’s cherished polo horses passed away in 2010. Drizzle died during a polo match on May 8 following a cardiac arrest. A spokesperson for the royal family told reporters at that time that the 10-year-old could not be saved.

Prince Harry had been riding Drizzle for three minutes when he noticed that he didn’t seem well. After consulting with a veterinarian, the horse just collapsed and died.

“When a horse starts exercising, its heart rate can go from 25 beats per minute to over 200, with the heart pumping out five times as much blood,” Lesley Young, a recognized specialist in veterinary cardiology from Newmarket, England, told The Horse.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle joked about the latter's pregnancy while in Morocco. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle walk through the walled public Andalusian Gardens which has exotic plants, flowers and fruit trees during a visit on February 25, 2019 in Rabat, Morocco. Getty Images/Facundo Arrizabalaga-Pool