Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he is “absolutely confident” the Royal Family is going to “sort out” a future role for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Harry and Meghan want to “step back” from being full-time working royals.
Mr Johnson told BBC Breakfast: “I think they’ll sort it out all the easier without any commentary from me.”
It came as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said further talks were needed over who pays for Prince Harry and Meghan’s security.
Mr Trudeau said the funding and shape of the couple’s plans to relocate to North America are to be discussed.