Prince William and Kate “will not stay” with Prince Harry and Meghan during their visit to the United States | Royal | News
The Cambridges are due to travel to the United States in 2022 as Prince William‘s environmental initiative The Earthshot Prize holds its second ceremony in the United States. But discussing possible sightseeing plans during the trip, royal expert Neil Sean pointed out that a host of reasons would prevent the Cambridges from being hosted by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at their California mansion.
Mr Sean said on his YouTube channel ‘Neil Sean’s Daily News Headlines’:’ There is growing speculation as to where and when exactly the Duke and Duchess would reside when they visit the United States.
“They don’t just visit one place of course, they go to multiple states. “
Mr Sean went on to say that “the debate is already raging” on “why or if the Duke and Duchess will be making a call to this lovely place called Montecito”, the home of Harry and Meghan.
He joked, “I can’t quite see it myself! Can you?
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“Share the bathroom, or use the multi-blender in the kitchen, or even the waffle iron Her Majesty sent as a gift!”
But focusing on the issue, Mr Sean stressed that a visit was unlikely for “security” reasons and not for a “royal loophole”.
He explained: “It’s really more to do with the fact that of course they couldn’t stay there, just for security reasons.”
Mr Sean also highlighted the Queen’s recent concern over Prince William’s safety after advising her not to travel by helicopter with her young family as a possible reason for the decision.
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Royal expert Jonathan Sacerdoti also dismissed rumors of a visit, telling the US magazine: “It’s like so many of these things – it’s kind of a lose-lose situation.”
Speaking to People magazine in October, the Duke of Cambridge said he was “delighted” to have the chance to host his environment award ceremony in the United States.
He said, “I am delighted that in 2022 the Earthshot Prize is heading to the United States, where we will continue to deliver this vital message of urgency, optimism and action. The urgency of the situation cannot be overstated.
The Duke stressed: “But through the Earthshot Prize, I want to show people around the world why there is reason to be hopeful.”