Mzansi comedian, Trevor Noah, added his two cents' worth regarding Prince Harry and Meghan's reported "sabbatical" to Africa.
Trevor Noah played a video clip on The Daily Show from a news report claiming the couple wanted to go on a sabbatical, and then quickly asked:
"A sabbatical? From what? Helping their grandma pick out hats? Get the f*ck outta here, man."
According to TshisaLive, the royal family has not denied the move but claims that nothing has been finalised. But speculation is that the couple will move to either Botswana or South Africa.
It is believed that one of the reasons the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wanted to move is to escape the paparazzi. But Trevor pointed out that it's easier said than done, and something that's very unavoidable.
Earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are reportedly considering moving to Africa.
After only just settling into their new home, a cottage near Windor Castle, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, may be packing their bags again soon. According to the Sunday Times of London, the royal couple may move to Africa to focus on charity work and promoting Britain.
Briefly.co.za noted that the couple has a special connection with Africa. They previously camped in Botswana during their courtship and one of the diamonds in Meghan’s engagement ring is from the African country.
Meanwhile a few days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi comedian, Trevor Noah, took to social media to thank his fans for allowing him to reach another great milestone. He scored one million subscribers on YouTube.
Trevor Noah is on a roll this year. He has been ticking off his achievements from the start of the year. According to Youth Village, Trevor bought a $20 million home in Bel-Air and was also honoured to share a bonding moment with Oprah Winfrey on his show recently.
Trevor was also interviewed on Ellen DeGeneres' show as well. And now he shared more exciting news with his fans.
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