Prince William and Kate Middleton 'planning a trip to Ireland' in spring
Prince William and Kate Middleton are reportedly planning a trip to Ireland this spring.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are said to be planning the royal visit in a bid to escape the Meghan and Harry controversy.
The Irish Sun reports the Department of Foreign Affairs is finalising the arrangements for the visit, which is said to be taking place in March.
The exact details of royal visits are kept under wraps until shortly before they happen due to security concerns.
However, sources told the publication that the Cambridges will be taking part in a number of engagements over the course of the two-day visit - and that it will most likely take place in Cork and Dublin.
It comes as, during a recent royal appearance, Kate Middleton revealed Prince William doesn't want any more children.
While speaking to royal fans, earlier this week, the Duchess of Cambridge began chatting about her family life after one fan revealed he sent her a card every time one of their children was born.
Thanking him for the kind gesture, Kate revealed that they will be no need for more cards as the chances of her having more children is unlikely.
“I don’t think William wants any more," Kate told the 25-year-old fan.
It was Kate and William's first outing since the news broke that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were stepping down as senior members of the royal family.
The pair appeared to be in good spirits with fans who got a chance to speak to them saying that they were "really impressed" with them.