The Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to take a six-month ‘secondment’ to Africa in the next few years.
This is a ‘likely scenario’ due to the rifts between Meghan and Kate; which further separated relationships between Harry and William.
The revelation came as Harry joined other members of the Royal Family at church on Easter Sunday, which also marked the Queen’s 93rd birthday.
Definitely, Nigeria is out of it being ravaged by Boko Haram and Fulani Herdsmen coupled with other security challenges.
Botswana – which Harry has previously described as his ‘second home’ – is one of the countries that has been suggested, as well as Malawi and South Africa.
Reports of Harry and Meghan’s ‘Out of Africa’ project first surfaced in The Sunday Times, which quoted a source as saying that courtiers had drawn up plans to send the royal ‘rock stars’ abroad ‘for two to three years’, combining their jobs as Commonwealth ambassadors with charity work and a role promoting Britain.