According to Us Weekly, the Princess of Wales is looking to extend an “olive branch” to her sister-in-law when she and Prince William visit Boston, which just so happens to be around the same time the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be in New York City. While the Earthshot Prize awards ceremony is being held in Massachusetts in early December, Meghan and Harry are being honored by the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization at the Ripple of Hope Award Gala on December 6.
“Once Kate and William’s Boston plans are set in stone, she’s planning to extend an olive branch to Meghan in a bid to reunite the brothers and heal the rift,” a source told Us Weekly, adding that it’s what late Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana “would’ve wanted.”
Earlier this week Us Weekly reported that Kate and Will are planning to make a quick trip to NYC during their visit to the States. Apparently, the couple is hoping to “squeeze in some personal time” and Kate Middleton is “dying to go ice-skating at the Rockefeller [Center] and shopping for fun souvenirs for George, Charlotte, and Louis.” Now it appears that mending bridges will also be on the agenda.
For her part, the duchess is reportedly open to the idea of meeting up with her sister-in-law, despite their “awkward” reunion in September. “Harry and Meghan are knee-deep with their hectic schedules, but Meghan is willing to put in the effort as long as dates don’t clash,” a source told the publication in their most recent report.
“I think forgiveness is really important,” Meghan Markle told The Cut in August. “It takes a lot more energy to not forgive. But it takes a lot of effort to forgive.”
Originally published in Glamour.com