the Cambridges and the Sussexes have been going about their royal duties and philanthropic endeavors like business as usual, there still seems to be some lingering tension between the two royal couples.
But with Prince William and Kate Middleton’s upcoming 2022 trip to America for the continuation of the Duke of Cambridge’s Earthshot Prize, there’s a new opportunity for them to reconnect with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry — should they choose to take it.
According to two new reports, the possibility that Kate and William could stay at Harry and Meghan’s Montecito home might be on the table, and it could mean a chance for the next generation of the royal family to move forward.
“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, away from the meddling and negativity they would have to encounter in England.”
Indeed, the California backdrop and time spent with family, including Prince Harry and Meghan’s son Archie, 2, and daughter Lilibet, 5 months, would be idyllic for the two brothers and the sisters-in-law. But this trip goes beyond just a family visit: a secondary report suggests Kate and William will make their time in America a full royal tour.
“A royal tour to the U.S. is long overdue,” royal biographer Duncan Larcombe shared with Closer. “They are our most important allies and there is a huge appetite for the royals over there. Royal tours take around six months to plan in secret, so it’s likely there’s one in the works to visit later this year or next, and my best bet is it will be William and Kate.”