‘I bet William and Kate would rather stay in a motel!’ Royals warned off visiting Sussexes

William and Harry's division 'fuelled media coverage' says expert

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In a poll of 85,90 Express readers, held throughout November, 97 percent of voters said Kate and William should not stay with Harry and Meghan in an upcoming US trip. Voters thought family controversies of recent years had not yet healed enough for the reunion.


Eleonara said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge should not “stay with people they can’t trust and relax around”.

A source told Heat World that Meghan and Harry will be inviting William and Kate, along with their three children, to stay at their £11.5million home in Santa Barbara, California.

The insider said: “They haven’t had a single royal visitor since moving to America, which they know is mainly because of Covid, but now that travel restrictions between the US and UK have been lifted, they want that to change.”

They added: “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. And Meghan feels that they would be playing by her rules because they would be in her home and her home country.”

But dozens of readers thought the atmosphere between the two couples was “too toxic” and that they should “keep their distance”.

The British public have had little indication from Kate and William on the state of their relationship with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

But royal author Robert Lacey said their relationship remains “poor” and that there is no “immediate possibility of a reconciliation”.

In October, William hosted a party to thank those who helped in erecting a statue of Princess Diana, which was unveiled at Kensington Palace in the summer – but Harry did not attend.

Mr Lacey told Page Six: “I’ve spoken to two people from that party, and it was quite clear from things he said that his anger towards Harry remains.”

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The Sussexes have claimed to have a good relationship with the Queen, and Princess Beatrice.

Whether the royal brothers will be able to move forward from their feud, sparked by Harry’s claims that William is “trapped”, remains unclear.

Voter, Eddie Smth, wrote: “I bet Wills and Kate would rather stay in a motel.”

Prof David Younge said staying with Meghan and Harry would be “letting down Her Majesty the Queen and the country”.

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