Could The Royal Baby Sussex be brought up in Kenya?
April 22, 2019
The Royal Couple Harry and Meghan could be headed to Africa
The royal couple
Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan could be planning to move abroad (Africa)
to bring up their upcoming first child, Baby Sussex.
It isn’t known
which African countries Harry and Meghan might be considering moving to, but
there are 19 Commonwealth nations on the continent, including Kenya, South
Africa, Nigeria, Uganda and Ghana. The couple has already visited North Africa on
official royal engagements.
The exact due date
is not known, although Meghan’s pregnancy was announced in October, with the
baby due in the spring. The couple has broken with recent royal tradition and
will keep the details of the baby’s arrival private
Buckingham Palace released a statement on
Monday to address the rumors, noting that “any future plans” for
Meghan and Harry are “speculative at this stage,” and “no
decision has been taken about future roles.” The Palace did not, however,
completely deny the report
David Manning, a
former British ambassador to the US and special adviser on international
affairs to Prince Harry, proposed a plan for the pair to take on a more
international position that could build on their work for the Commonwealth and
a decision is not expected until 2020, the source says.
This would allow
them to start raising their child at their home, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
However, William the
Duke of Cambridge would be supportive of his brother in whatever projects he
undertakes, as he always has been there for him.