“For Harry and Meghan, it’s just a no-brainer and only fair, plus it would send the world a powerful message that they’re letting bygones be bygones. They want to build bridges with William and Kate, introduce the kids to their cousins and show them in person what their life is like in America.”
Royal expert Jonathan Sacerdoti said: “It’s a sort of lose-lose situation. If [William and Kate] get invited and they decline, it seems petty and nasty. And if they don’t get invited, it seems petty and nasty from the other side. And if they do accept such an invitation and something goes terribly wrong, that seems like a bad idea. I can’t quite see how this would work,” he told Us Weekly.
Body language expert Believingbruce explained there is a “huge difference” between the two couples.
He said that while staying in the same house, in his opinion, Meghan would be the one “in control”.