The two-week trip that would take place when their baby is about six months old would focus on youth approval, education and conservation, the Sunday Times newspaper reported.
"They hope to bring the baby with them but will take a Decision closer to time. Potentially, Meghan and the baby could do something if not all of the journey, "the paper wrote a royal source as said. Buckingham Palace did not deny CNN that the trip was scheduled.
Based on recent rumors, Buckingham Palace said they could not comment on the specific report and that "any official visits or trips by any members of the royal family are communicated in the usual way."
A Report from the same newspaper last week claimed that the royal couple is considering moving to Africa for up to two or three years after their baby is born.
According to the report, David Manning – the former British ambassador to the United States and a special adviser to international affairs to Prince Harry – proposed a plan for the couple to take on a more international attitude that could build on their work for the Commonwealth.
A decision is not expected until 2020 paper said. Meghan must have born a day with the couple's first child.
It is not known which African countries Harry and Meghan are considering moving to, but there are 19 Commonwealth countries on the continent, including South Africa, Nigeria, Uganda and Ghana. The couple have already visited North Africa for an official royal engagement that drew Morocco in February.
The popular couple have long been rumored in the British media to contradict some members and traditions of the royal family.