Cape Town – Do Prince Harry and Meghan plan to move when the royal child arrives?
According to a renowned British newspaper The Sunday Times"Harry's Advisors" plan to "order" the role of a royal couple who can transfer them to an international country, and more specifically a country in Africa.
According to the report, the role was developed by Sir David Manning – a former British ambassador to the United States and a special advisor on constitutional and international affairs for Princes William and Harry – and "unites some work on behalf of the Commonwealth along with charity work and role to promote Great Britain" .
"Discussions are at an early stage, but it is planned to find a new way to use their soft power capabilities, most likely in Africa," said one distributor.
Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace has neither confirmed nor denied reports.
Representatives of the palace stated in a statement: "All future plans of the prince and the duchess are speculative at this stage. No decisions regarding future roles were made. The prince will continue to fulfill his role as the ambassador of the Commonwealth. " ME! News reports.
Harry has long had a relationship with Africa, often doing public and private travels to him Sentebale charity organization in Lesotho.
Harry and Meghan are also passionate about protecting wildlife in Africa and went to Botswana in 2017 to "help Dr Mike & Chase with Elephants Without Borders equip the bull elephant with a satellite collar."
The couple recently shared a photo of their trip on the new Instagram account.
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Shortly after their relationship was published in 2017, it was reported that it was the South African bracelets with matching beads that suggested that they were meeting.
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Wonderful Meghan engagement ring it also has a special connection with the mainland because it has two diamonds belonging to Princess Diana and one third from Botswana.
The report appears when Harry and Meghan are to announce the birth of their first child together every day. The couple recently announced that they kept their private birth plans and would announce the announcement after they had time to celebrate privately.
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Prince Sussex went solo during the annual Easter Sunday in the chapel of St. George on the queen's 93th birthday anniversary.
Photos obtained by Hello!, show Harry's arrival next to William, Kate, Zara and Mike & Tindalla, as well as Queen Elizabeth.