The move came amid claims of a feud between the two couples, but it has now been reported that palace officials are "worried" about not being able to harness the amount of global attention on Harry and Meghan.
However, it would mean they would largely based out of the United Kingdom for two to three years.
The Sunday Times has reported that a formal plan to move the couple to work overseas is being drawn up by Sir David Manning, a former special adviser on constitutional and worldwide affairs to both Dukes.
It is unlikely any decision on where the couple would go would be made until next year.
The royal source also explained that Meghan and Harry may move overseas, and that the idea of moving them to Canada or Australia was discussed and dismissed.
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Harry and Meghan reportedly fell in love on a trip to Botswana, where they returned for Meghan's 36th birthday in 2017.
According to the Sunday Times, a previous idea to make Harry governor-general or deputy governor-general of Australia or Canada was ditched due to it being "impractical".
In a series of pictures carefully picked and shared by the couple, Meghan and Prince Harry took to Instagram to wish and celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 93rd birthday.
Prince Harry also spent a gap year in Lesotho back in 2004.
Prince Harry was reportedly put forward as a contender for the role of Australia's Governor-General by palace aides keen to utilise the "rock star" status of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
'The Duke will continue to fulfil his role as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador'.