Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are including a trip to the US in their travel plans for 2019.
As reported by US Magazine, the newly-married royal couple are excited to visit Meghan's native country in the spring of 2019.
"They are so excited to head to the U.S. Meghan is looking forward to introducing Harry to everything she loves about the U.S.," the magazine quoted an unnamed 'palace insider' as saying.
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Prince Harry and Meghan, who tied the knot on May 19, 2018, are set to take a tour in Australia and New Zealand in October.
They don't have itinerary yet for their US tour but they are likely to head to New York, Washington D.C. and California.
"Meghan and Harry want to solidify ties between the U.K. and the U.S. They want to highlight and foster these relationships," US Magazine's source said.
Given Prince Harry's close ties with the Obamas, the royal couple may also drop by the Obama Foundation in Chicago.
The tour may also extend to Canada, where Meghan was temporarily based when she was working for the hit drama series, Suits.
"The Canadian Foreign Office has hear about the tour and would love to have them stop there. This may very well becoome a North American tour," the insider added.
The Duke and Dutches of Sussex have been attracting adoring crowds in their out-of-town trips.
Recently they went to Ireland and was warmly welcomed by the locals.
They even received an impressive sketch of their official engagement photo from a student when they went to the Trinity College in Dublin.
Chloe Mullins, a 19-year-old student who made the artwork, captured the couple's reaction in a video she posted to Instagram.
"Still not over meeting them... Couldn't ask for a better compliment than Meghan saying my drawing 'looked like a photo' and was 'so special'. Great day!," Mullins captioned the video, which has been liked more than 4,000 times as of July 16, 2018.