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  • William and Kate visit the USA
  • Whether they can save the damaged reputation is yet to be seen

Prince William (40) and Duchess Kate (40) are visiting the United States this week. It is their first international trip since the Queen's death. The highlight of the trip will be the Earthshot Awards on Friday. There, William is recognized for his work on climate change. According to an insider, this event will be the Prince's "Super Bowl" moment.

Through The Crown, Duchess Meghan's Oprah Winfrey interview and the upcoming Netflix documentary, the British royal family has had to take a lot of criticism lately. According to Joe Little, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, the US trip is a good way to restore the royal reputation.

Almost at the same time, Prince Harry (38) and Meghan (41) were honored with the Ripple of Hope Award. The reason for this is their resistance to the "institutional racism" by the British royal family. The Queen (†96) defended herself against the allegations of racism during her lifetime.

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Despite the physical proximity, according to insiders, there should be no reunion of the royal family. Still, William will have to face awkward questions about his brother and wife. Nevertheless, we are certain that Prince William and Duchess Kate will give a great performance.