“The possibility of them making a high profile visit is very much on the cards for next year.”
She added: “America is a very important audience for them.”
Speaking on True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat, Sunday Times royal editor Roya Nikkhah also claimed a US tour is on the cards.
She added: “I suspect there may well be a bit of a US tour from The Cambridges to put around the ceremony, which will be very interesting in the year of Harry releasing his memoirs, which will be big news around the world, particularly in America.”
The news of a possible US tour comes as Kate, 39, and William, also 39 hosted the inaugural Earthshot Prize and a reception to honour Princess Diana.
On Sunday, William welcomed a host of guests to raise awareness for the need to battle climate change.
On the night he awarded five winners on with each one receiving £1million in prize money.
Speaking to People magazine, he spoke of his joy at taking the award to the US next year.
He said: “The urgency of the situation can’t be overstated.
“But through the Earthshot Prize, I want to show people across the world why there is reason to be hopeful.
“This is just the start. I’m thrilled that in 2022, the Earthshot Prize will be heading to the United States, where we will continue to spread this vital message of urgency, optimism and action.”
On Tuesday, William and Kate held a postponed reception to honour Diana’s artwork.
The event was held at Kensington Palace and included friends and family of his late mother.
Although Harry didn’t attend the event, it is thought he had been in touch to thank donors who supported his mother’s artwork.
The statue stands in Kensington Palace’s Sunken Gardens.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK