Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly considering move to Africa

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly considering move to Africa

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"It is such a happy and exciting time for Meghan [Markle]", an insider previously shared.

Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, could be planning to move to Africa after the upcoming birth of their first child, according to reports in British newspaper The Sunday Times. "[She is] looking forward to becoming a mother".

Prince Louis is turning one on April 23, 2019, and to celebrate Kensington Palace released three new images of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's youngest child. Before she became the Duchess of Sussex. "The photographs were taken earlier this month by The Duchess at their home in Norfolk".

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It all comes on the heels of reports that despite the newlyweds finally moving into Frogmore cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle, the Duke and Duchess plan to move to Africa. No decisions have been taken about future roles.

In response, Buckingham Palace said that no decision had yet been made.

Sir David Manning, the former British ambassador to the United States and special adviser on constitutional and worldwide 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. "Lots of people depend on its existence and continued success", a source told the outlet. "Harry and Meghan's move overseas is being described by courtiers as giving them a chance at their 'Malta moment'".