Entertainment Prince William and Kate are 'focused on having a high profile in US'
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and Kate Middleton are 'very focused on having a high profile in US' after 'their popularity took a dive because of the Oprah interview', sources have claimed.
Insiders tolds Katie Nicholl that the Duke and , both 39, are highly likely to make a high profile visit across the pond next year in an effort to boost their popularity.
The source added: '[They] are aware that their popularity took a bit of a dive post the Oprah interview, and that the focus now is on getting that support back.'
During the explosive interview in March, the Duke andsent shockwaves through the Royal Family in when they accused the Firm of institutional racism, said Kate had made Meghan cry, and alleged one member of the family questioned what colour their son Archie's skin would be.
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The insider added that the couple were highly sensitive about the impact the explosive interview had had on their profile.
On Sunday, William closed his first ever Earthshot Prize event by announcing that the following year's Earthshot ceremony would be held in the United States - where his brother Prince Harry lives with Meghan Markle.
The Duke and Duchess' last official visit to the U.S. was to New York in December 2014 when Kate was pregnant with Princess Charlotte.
They previously visited California at the end of a tour to Canada in 2011.
It is unknown if the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would visit California to meet with Meghan and Harry if they were in the US.
Meghan and Harry, who now reside in a $14million Montecito mansion in California, have spoken out about their relationship with Kate and William in several high profile interviews since Megxit.
Prince George's litter picking concerns
He may only be eight-years-old but Prince George is already following in his father's footsteps and showing concerns for the planet. In an interview with BBC Newscast ahead of his inaugural Earthshot Prize, Prince William spoke candidly about his eldest son's litter picking trip organised by his school Thomas's Battersea.In an interview with BBC Newscast ahead of his inaugural Earthshot Prize, Prince William spoke candidly about his eldest son's litter picking trip organised by his school Thomas's Battersea.
Harry claimed Prince Charles, 72, and brother Prince William are 'trapped' within the system, and that his father stopped taking his calls post-Megxit.
Meanwhile Meghan claimed Kate made her cry before she married Prince Harry.
Meghan said she was not sharing the information to be 'disparaging', but added it was 'really important for people to understand the truth.
'She's a good person,' the duchess added.
The comments come after Kate and Prince William appeared to be following in the footsteps of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by releasing photographs in black and white - and choosing to share their rare moments of public affection.
Royal photographer Chris Jackson, who is married to The from the Earthshot Prize Awards on Sunday at Alexandra Palace in .'s stylist and close friend Natasha Archer, 34, took to and explained how he captured a series of behind-the-scene pictures
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Among the black and white images, which were shared to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's social media account, include the moment Kate, put a loving hand on Prince William's lower back in a rare display of public affection - as they are captured looking intensely in each other's eyes and smiling at one another.
The couple have always acknowledged the Queen's wishes for royal family members to avoid loved-up displays in public.
However, photographer previously Glenn Gratton told FEMAIL the Duchess of Sussex is putting her own stamp on royal photos by releasing them in black and white.
It comes after Meghan, 40, and Harry, 37, have plumped for black and white pictures on a number of important occasions, including their official engagement shoot and their first Christmas card.
In another adorable photograph from Sunday's engagement, a dapper dressed Prince William pulls back the curtain as he and Kate are seen smiling and laughing together.
Elsewhere, two poignant individual shots of the pair show them both reflecting before they're about to go on stage on give their speeches on the importance of looking after the environment for several generations to come.
Royal expert Duncan Larcombe previously said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are competing in a 'petty transatlantic popularity contest' with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Speaking to, Duncan said: 'William and Kate are quite clear they need to do more to sell themselves as a couple, family and personalities.
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