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The British Queen is reportedly shipping Prince Harry and Princess Meghan to Africa for the next 3 years - to get them out o the limelight.

According to the British press, the couple 'are being lined up for a move to Africa': The mags claim that the Queen is 'planning to hand Royal couple a bespoke three-year job abroad combining Commonwealth and charity work'

And not just any charity work. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expected to be sent away to a country in Africa for two to three years for a 'bespoke' job that will utilize their 'rock star' status.

The Queen reportedly wants Harry and Meghan far away from Britain, and the press.

The royal couple are expecting their first child in the next few days. Once Meghan gives birth, the pair will be given a role that involves the Commonwealth, charity work, and promoting Britain, reports the Sunday Times. 

Sir David Manning, the former British ambassador to the U.S. and Lord Geidt, the Queen's former private secretary, have reportedly drawn up the plans.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will supposedly be allowed to settle into their home in Frogmore Cottage with the baby before a decision is made about where they should go.

The Sunday Times claims the role is likely to be in Africa because of the couple's ties there . Not to mention that it is far away from Buckingham Palace.

It is believed they fell in love on a safari in Botswana, and Meghan and Harry even returned there for the former actress' 36th birthday two years ago.