Heartbreak for the Royal Family: Insurmountable obstacles prevent William and Harry from reuniting families


Heartbreak for the Royal Family: Insurmountable obstacles prevent William and Harry from reuniting families

THE Royal Family has been dealt another blow, with Prince William’s family unable to travel to California to make amends with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle because to COVID-19 restrictions.

The young children of Prince Harry and Prince William are unlikely to meet any time soon, as current US rules indicate that British people are barred admission because to the ongoing pandemic. While royal fans would love to see a “California Royal Family vacation” and reconciliation between the Cambridges and Sussexes, they will have to wait till the health emergency is over.

On the US Weekly podcast Royally Us, royal expert Molly Mulshine reacted to the request for a Sussex-Cambridge family trip.

“It would be lovely to see, but British nationals aren’t allowed enter the US right now unless they’re married to a US citizen,” Ms Mulshine added.

“I believe this will remain a pipe dream.”

Archie Harrison, Prince William and Kate’s three young children, has not seen his cousin since November 2019.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s newest birth, baby Lilibet “Lili” Diana, has yet to be met by any member of the Royal Family.

According to reports, the Queen spoke with the newlyweds via Facetime and congratulated them on their new arrival.

Archie Harrison last visited the United Kingdom when he was six months old, before travelling to North America and staying there when his parents left the Royal Family.

Most British nationals are unable to travel to the United States because to existing coronavirus restrictions.

Those having US citizenship, a visa, or a green card can fly to the United States, but they must pass quarantine.

Similarly, the United States is currently on the UK’s amber list, requiring all visitors to quarantine for 10 days and submit to two tests.

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Prince Harry has visited London twice.

In April, he returned for his grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral, walking behind the hearse with other members of his family.

He just returned for the installation of a new statue dedicated to his mother, Princess Diana, on July 1.

In Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden, the Duke was joined by his brother, Prince William, to unveil the bronze statue.

Prince Harry was isolated at his home in the United Kingdom both occasions. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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