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Time To Meet Baby Archie? A Trip To America For Prince William, Kate Middleton & The Kids May Be In Store

Prince William and Kate Middleton
Source: MEGA

Prepare the royal baggage! Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, are figuring out their options for an extended vacation as soon as the pandemic is over — and the States is at the top of their list. 

"They're fascinated by America, its history and culture," an insider tells OK! "They'd love to travel across the country sightseeing — the national parks are at the top of their list — and of course, do some royal meet-and-greets as well."

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The couple's last trip to the U.S. was in 2014 when they met President Obama at the White House and rubbed elbows with Jay-Z and Beyoncé at an NBA game in New York. 

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"William and Kate had so much fun the last time they visited the States,” says the insider, noting that meeting LeBron James at an NYC basketball game was a highlight of their trip.

This time around, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 38, will also have their children, George, 7, Charlotte, 5, and Louis, 2, in tow. 

"They wouldn't dream of leaving them behind for so long. Besides, it will be a learning experience for them all," dishes the insider, adding that the parents of three are even entertaining the idea of renting a luxury RV for their brood

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"The plan is to visit the South, the Midwest and then go on to California," the insider continues, where they may make a stopover in Montecito to visit Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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"William is keen to see his brother — that is, assuming there's no fresh family drama between now and then!"

Until they receive the go-ahead to start planning their getaway, the family of five is staying home — though they did step out with other family members for a Christmas event last month at Queen Elizabeth's residence, which sparked controversy due to COVID-19 social gathering restrictions that state people can gather in groups of only six or less.

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