Kate Middleton and Prince William will be treated to their very own sleeping facilities when visiting Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in America next year.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex haven’t seen their fellow Royals for almost two years since moving to the US — something which the couple know is largely down to the pandemic.
However, this is set to change next year with Kate and William having apparently scheduled a visit to America, where they’ll stay at Meghan’s £11 million Montecito home with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
According to an insider, there’s lots of space for the family of five to stay.Speaking to Heatworld, they said: “There would be ample opportunity to arrange for practicalities such as security and private transportation.
The children will be well catered for, they would be able to play around in the back garden, and enjoy walks on the beach together in paradise.
“But now that travel restrictions between the US and UK have been lifted, they want that to change.
“Harry and Meghan feel very strongly about this and think it’s important that the Cambridges stay with them if they come over – it would seem odd if they didn’t.
It’s thought that Meghan and Harry are wanting to put on a united front with Kate and William, and want to “send the world a powerful message that they’re letting bygones be bygones”.
Prince Harry saw his brother William and Kate at his grandfather’s funeral earlier this year, as well as at the Princess Diana tribute, but the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are thought to have not seen Meghan since 2019, and are yet to meet baby Lilibet.
“They’re certain that there would be no better way for them to put aside their differences than by spending quality time together in the California sunshine.
They want to build bridges with William and Kate, introduce the kids to their cousins and show them in person what their life is like in America.