Published: Mon, April 22, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Harry and Meghan could move to Africa after baby born

Harry and Meghan could move to Africa after baby born

The idea is not as outlandish as it seems, according to British media reports.

Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle are expected to take on a new global role in Africa as part of their Commonwealth youth ambassador commitments, according to a United Kingdom media report.

Prince Harry's advisers are allegedly working on a "bespoke" role for the couple that will combine charity work with a role promoting Britain.

The idea to move Harry to Canberra was dismissed as impractical, The Sunday Times reports, but courtiers are now reportedly drawing up plans to hand Harry and Meghan a major worldwide job in Africa after the birth of their child. There have been several reports in the past about Meghan Markle dropping all contacts with her family members and friends once she attained fame.

Instead, the Duke of Sussex appeared in good spirits as he arrived at church with Peter and Autumn Phillips and left with Zara and Mike Tindall, while the Cambridges walked together as the Royal Family gathered to celebrate the 93rd birthday of the Queen.

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It is suggested the plan would also give the royal couple, whose baby is due soon, a break from the United Kingdom and possible divisions within the royal household.

In recent months, rumours have swirled about a royal rift between Prince William and Prince Harry and their spouses. Prince Harry and his pregnant wife Meghan, say they have chose to keep plans around their first baby's arrival private.

While some tabloids have talked up a supposed personality clash between Kate and Meghan, others have hinted at a bigger scandal that has alienated the princes.

The newspaper said the plan for the Sussexes to take up an overseas role could be interpreted as a plan to "get them out of the way" so the "rock star" couple don't overshadow the king-to-be. "The problems were obvious... you effectively set them up as king and queen of a whole separate country". The royal couple are also said to have enjoyed a trip together to Botswana before they married.

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