Harry, 34, has close links to several African countries and has visited the continent since his teens.
A decision is not expected until 2020, the paper says.
Ivres, des militaires de Sentinelle font dégénérer une partie de pétanque
Après seulement une demi-heure de jeu, selon Le Parisien , trois jeunes gens, visiblement ivres, ont voulu se joindre à eux. Les choses dégénèrent alors rapidement et les perturbateurs se jettent sur les boulistes pour les rouer de coups .
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The rumours come amid a series of reports which suggest the move across the pond could be inspired by Meghan wanting to be closer to her mother and Harry's new onscreen project with Oprah.
In the meantime, it appears the Duchess of Sussex's family has been getting ready for her and Harry's first child.
Couple who starved, shackled children get life in prison
Both siblings sat in the courtroom accompanied by a support and comfort dog named Raider, from the Corona Police Department. I'm strong and I'm shooting through life like a rocket, " a daughter said. "I hope they get all the education they need".
The formal separation came amid reports of "growing personal differences of approach" between the couples. However, Meghan cannot leave the United Kingdom for long periods of time in the next few years as she waits to become a British citizen so Africa could be a far way out still. The royal couple are also said to have enjoyed a trip together to Botswana before they married.
"There are discussions in palace circles about how do we harness Harry and Meghan and this tremendous global attention they get".
Meghan and Harry left Kensington Palace and moved into Frogmore Cottage in Windsor earlier this month.
The royals' reported attempt at sidelining Harry and Meghan was a way to stop them from trying to establish "a totally separate enterprise that nobody can get under control", the Sunday Times report said.
Lyra McKee: friends stage protest outside offices of Saoradh
The group - who call themselves Saoradh - marched down O'Connell Street for a so-called "Unfinished Revolution" event. Vigils have been held across Northern Ireland and people have paid tributes to her by signing books of condolence.
"The brothers eventually found themselves side-by-side to greet the vicar, but there was no acknowledgement between the siblings, with Harry walking off and standing alone away from the group", the publication reports. Harry and Winfrey also have inked a deal to co-create and executive produce a series of documentaries for Apple on mental health.