Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘could move to Africa’

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘could move to Africa’

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘could move to Africa’

It is without a doubt that Amal Clooney will be an enormous support for Meghan Markle once the Duchess of Sussex gives birth to her first child.

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. He spent his gap year in Lesotho in 2004 and started a charity there two years later.

The couple's potential plans to relocate for approximately two to six months are in the "beginning stages", a source tells ET, adding that the new "assignment" would be a way to harness their popularity in a commonwealth country.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly considering a "sabbatical" overseas, possibly in Botswana or South Africa, to work on behalf of the Commonwealth and charity engagements.

Doria and Meghan at Meghan's wedding to Prince Harry in May 2018.

A source told the Sunday Times the Palace is concerned about shifting the attention from Meghan and Harry to William and Kate, who could become King and Queen someday.

The brothers both attended Easter Service on Sunday at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. "The brothers have fallen out".


"The truth is, Meghan wants to go back and Harry just wants to make her happy".

Lord Geidt, the Queen's former private secretary, is said to have been involved in top level discussions about a move with a decision on where they would be based unlikely to be taken until 2020.

In recent months, rumours have swirled about a royal rift between Prince William and Prince Harry and their spouses.

That time frame would allow them to start raising their child at their home, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

Talks are now expected to take place on how to pay for the plans and arrange security for the couple.

Daily Express' royal reporter Richard Palmer took to Twitter and shared that Buckingham Palace is not denying these reports.

Prince Harry knows first hand what it's like to grow up behind palace gates and doesn't want the same for his children, which is why he and the Duchess of Sussex chose to pack up and leave Kensington Palace for Frogmore Cottage, a country home on the grounds of Windsor Estate.

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