AceShowbiz - Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton are enjoying their time in the U.S. While some people are wondering if the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will reunite with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Unfortunately, it seemingly won't happen.
According to a report, the two couples don't have plans to meet. William and Kate allegedly will be focused on the Earthshot Prize and won't be distracted by other things.
While Boston is a long way from California where Harry and Meghan now live, Harry and Meghan is set to travel to New York for the Ripple of Hope Awards on December 6. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be honored for their "work on racial justice, mental health, and other social impact initiatives." They are being recognized alongside Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Interestingly, The Ripple of Hope Awards takes place a few days after the Earthshot Prize on December 2 in Boston. However, the Prince and Princess of Wales will have headed back home to the U.K. by then. Meanwhile, William and Kate will meet President Joe Biden.
That aside, William and Kate recently made a public appearance at TD Garden on Wednesday, November 30 to watch the Boston Celtics going against the Miami Heat. For the outing, William wore a navy blue suit over a chambray button-up shirt. Meanwhile, Kate donned a sharp cobalt blue tweed blazer styled with slim-cut black pants, pointed-toe pumps and wavy hairstyle.
While they sit courtside, they were joined by Massachusetts Governor-Elect Maura Healey, Celtics legend Thomas Sanders and the Celtics' two principal owners and their wives.
Prior to the game, the royals met with members of the Celtics family, including representatives of the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation, which provides grassroots programming and strategic funding to local organizations serving at risk or at need populations. They also learned about the "Curbside Care" mobile unit, which provides comprehensive, streamlined care to mothers and infants. The pair also met with Boston Mayor Michelle Wu at a celebration near City Hall.
The current visit marks William and Kate's first trip to the United States since 2014. At the time, she was pregnant with Princess Charlotte and the couple was only part-time working royals building up their charitable profile alongside Harry.