Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are reportedly planning a U.S. trip next year.
According to US Weekly, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are looking at spring dates in 2019 to head stateside.
The magazine claims that, per a Palace insider, the pair will be visiting a number of states during their tour and will potentially spend time with the Obama’s at the Chicago’s Obama Foundation.
We are yet to hear an official confirmation from Kensington Palace, but we do know that their first major international trip will be to Australia in October. The source claimed that “they are so excited to head to the U.S. Meghan is looking forward to introducing Harry to everything she loves about the U.S.” The source also added:
“Meghan and Harry want to solidify ties between the U.K. and the U.S. They want to highlight and foster these relationships.”
Potentially, the Sussexes will be stopping in New York, Washington, D.C., and California, which is Markle’s home state. Canada, where Markle lived in Toronto while filming Suits, is also being considered with the source adding:
“The Canadian Foreign Office has heard about the tour and would love to have them stop there. This may very well become a North American tour.”
With Meghan being form the U.S, we imagine they will hopping across the pond at some point, but we will keep you updated once we get an official statement from the Palace.