Many have been speculating that the move could ease tensions that have been increasing within the family.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may be gearing up to leave Britain behind after the birth of their firstborn.
Markle, 37, a former American actress who became the Duchess of Sussex when she married the 34-year-old in May 2018, is due to give birth sometime this spring.
The Sunday Times reported courtiers have drawn up plans to hand the couple a major international job that could see them moving abroad after the child’s arrival. The report claims Harry’s advisers are working on a “bespoke” role for the royal “rock stars” that will land them most likely in Africa. The surprising gig will combine some work on behalf of the Commonwealth, as well as charity work and a role promoting Britain.
The U.K.-based publication shared the plan has been drawn up by Sir David Manning, the former British ambassador to the U.S. and special adviser on constitutional and international affairs of Harry and his older brother Prince William.