Prince William hinted that he and Kate Middleton could visit the United States in 2022, and many are wondering if the pair will stay with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. However, expert Neil Sean believes it is out of the question.
“There is growing speculation as to where and when exactly the Duke and Duchess would reside when they go over to the United States," he said. "They’re not just visiting one place of course, they are going to quite a few states.”
Sean joked that he couldn't "quite see" William, 39, Harry, 37, Meghan, 40, and Kate, 39, all being in the same house together — especially after all of the drama.
“Sharing the bathroom, or indeed using the multi-blender in the kitchen, or in fact even the waffle maker that her Majesty sent over as a present!” he exclaimed of what he imagines their interactions look like.
Sean stated that the fab four wouldn't be able to stay under one roof for this reason.
"It is really more to do with the fact that they could not of course stay there, only because of security," he said.
Even if Harry and William decide to be cordial, it seems like their relationship will never be the same since the former is releasing his memoir in 2022, and it's unclear what he will divulge.
"I think there is no way it will because he promised for it [his memoir] to be a truthful account," BBC's former royal correspondent Peter Hunt stated. "He clearly has a huge amount of hurt around how his exit from the royal family was handled, and I think he will detail the breakdown of his relationship with his father."
"Remember in the Oprah interview, he talked about his father not returning his calls, the breakdown of his relationship with his brother William, and various other details about it," continued Hunt. "I think at some point, the institution may reflect on how it could have handled it differently."