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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to ‘move to Africa’ after baby’s birth

22 April 2019

However, it would mean they would largely based out of the United Kingdom for two to three years.

However, it is thought the role is likely to be in Africa due to the couple's tie's there.

Sir David Manning, the former British ambassador to the USA and special adviser on constitutional and global affairs to Harry and the Duke of Cambridge, is said to have drawn up the plan and a decision on where the couple would be based may not be taken until 2020, The Sunday Times said.

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Harry went to Lesotho during his gap year in 2004, and co-founded the Sentebale charity for vulnerable children in Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi in 2006.

While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have only just relocated from London to Windsor, there are reportedly plans being put in place for the royal couple to move countries.

It holds a special place in their hearts as Harry took Meghan to his favourite luxury camp, Meno a Kwena in Botswana, to celebrate Meghan's 36th birthday and mark their first year together.

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According to royal expert and author of Harry and Meghan: Life, Loss, and Love Katie Nicholl, Meghan is "incredibly hurt and disappointed by how many members of her family have behaved, but from what I am told, she's moved on".

The newspaper said the move would also give the couple a chance to "enjoy a break from the divisions that have riven the royal household in recent months".

Prince Harry was reportedly put forward as a contender for the role of Australia's Governor-General by palace aides keen to utilise the "rock star" status of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. However, on Sunday, the royal couple took to their newly-opened Instagram account to wish the Queen a very happy 93rd birthday. "The Duke will continue to fulfill his role as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador".

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to ‘move to Africa’ after baby’s birth