Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry will have unexpected career change in later life. Pictured: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle watch a performace during their visit to Cardiff Castle on Jan. 18, 2018 in Cardiff, Wales. Getty Images/Ben Birchall

Meghan Markle's fiancé, Prince Harry, may take an international role later in his life.

Prince Harry is fifth in line to the throne. His succession to the throne is bound to change when Prince William and Kate Middleton welcome their third royal baby. Although Markle's fiancé is unlikely to be the next monarch, he is bound to serve a wider audience in the future.

Johnny Fincham, a palm reading expert, said that Prince Harry will have a "massive change" in his career later in his life. This change has something to do with him serving internationally.

"The earth line (life line) is strong and clear, which is excellent for health, stability and zest for life," Fincham said.

"However, it is faded in the middle, so there will be massive changes in his late forties to early fifties," Fincham continued. "Harry will take on a new role on the international stage or deal with non-UK matters."

Fincham confessed that he also saw the marks of tragedy in the Duke's hands. According to him, Prince Harry has a blunted line of emotion (heart line) that is often a response to a divorce of parents, loss of a parent or sense of abandonment by the parents. Markle's fiancé had experienced those things.

This week, Prince Harry visited Scotland with Markle. The crowd braved the cold weather just to see the royals who are tying the knot in May. The people were all praises to the couple who took the time to talk and bond with the public.

"Just love this couple they don't rush they take the time to stop and shake hands and talk to the crowd that has waited ages to see them," Mo's Sweet Delights wrote. "Thats what so great and different about these 2 can't wait for the wedding they've got a great future ahead of them."

The following day, Prince Harry stepped out again for another royal engagement when he joined his father, Prince Charles, for the coral reef meeting. The Duke shares the Prince of Wales' passion and dedication to the environment. In fact, he is expected to take over the baton of the environmental campaign for the new generation from his dad.

On Thursday, Prince Harry was on royal duty again. He visited the Fit and Fed to serve lunches and play with the kids. Markle was visibly missing on the two sightings.