According to Us Weekly, Prince William and Middleton are keeping their overseas trip a secret. And for now, only Prince Harry and Meghan Markle know about their plans.
The Cambridges can’t, allegedly, wait to meet Lilibet Diana. And they also hope that a trip to the United States will help bury the hatchet with the Sussexes.
“There’s a shared desire to move on. William and Kate want to meet Lili and they agree it’s only fair that they visit Harry and Meghan on their home turf. Plus, they’ve been wanting to see more of America as a family anyway, so this is a real win-win that works for everyone,” the source said.
The insider added that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will bring their three children along with them.
“It will be so wonderful for the children to have a chance to play and bond. They’ll stay for about a week. There’s ample room at Harry and Meghan’s house and between both families, they’ll have top security teams on hand,” the source said.
Since the trip will be all about family, the Cambridges won’t, allegedly, be sharing photos from their trip with the public.
“There won’t be a lot of fanfare and you won’t see pictures of them building sandcastles on the beach in Santa Barbara. But they’ll be able to see some of the sights, perhaps have dinner somewhere upscale nearby and go hiking in some of Harry and Meghan’s favorite spots,” the source said.
But as exciting as the couples’ alleged plans are, there’s no truth to them.
The tabloid seemingly contradicted themselves by saying that Prince William and Middleton’s overseas trip is meant to be a secret. If it is a secret, the tabloid shouldn’t have first dibs about it.
Prince William and Middleton have no plans to travel to the United States to meet Lili. And if they are planning a trip to see the Sussexes, more reputable sources would confirm the report.
Images used courtesy of Ministry of External Affairs (GODL-India), GODL-India <https://data.gov.in/sites/default/files/Gazette_Notification_OGDL.pdf>, via Wikimedia Commons and USAID/Vietnam, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
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