Meghan and Harry would want Cambridges’ to ‘play by their rules’ in US – expert

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would want Prince William and Kate Middleton to "play by their rules if they visit the US," an insider has claimed.

The so-called fab four haven’t been in the same room together in nearly two years, but that could change in the not-too-distant future, following reports that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are planning a royal tour in America.

Meghan and Harry are reportedly looking to build bridges with the Cambridges, by having them stay at their £11 million mansion along with their three children, George, Charlotte, and Louis.

An insider told Heat World: "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.

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They went on: "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."

Relations between the two couples have been particularly strained since the Sussexes did a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year, in which Meghan claimed Kate made her cry and Harry said William was "trapped" in his life.

While the brothers have met in England twice since – for Prince Philip’s funeral and the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue – they have never really had any clear-the-air talks and put on a united front.

Harry would also like them to meet his five-month-old daughter Lilibet and bond with two-year-old son Archie, who they’ve not seen since they left the Royal Family.

The Daily Star has approached the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for comment.

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