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The Prince and Princess of Wales "will not be distracted by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex" when they travel to the US next week, royal sources have insisted.
The pair will have three days of engagements in Boston, culminating in a star-studded Earthshot awards ceremony which they hope will bring the awards into a global spotlight.
It's their first official visit to the US since the Sussexes crossed the pond and immediately exposed themselves to the now infamous - and damaging - interview with Oprah Winfrey.
It also comes on the eve of a major publicity flash from Harry and Meghan, whose Netflix documentary series has two weeks to release, closely followed by the Duke's "intimate and heartfelt" memoir, Spare, which was released on January 10.
For the prince and princess, the trip to Boston is a big moment, their first overseas visit since taking on their new roles, and a crucial opportunity to promote the Earthshot Awards internationally.
Both royal and state sources privately acknowledge that it also presents an opportunity to reposition the royal family in the hearts and minds of Americans, and to cast them in their own light, rather than the racist, neglectful version portrayed by the Sussexes being peddled.
However, a Foreign Office source insisted the visit had not been planned with the Montecito-based couple in mind.
The Prince and Princess of Wales attend the inaugural Earthshot Prize award ceremony at Alexandra Palace in London - Dominic Lipinski/PA
"The Palace team is very aware of Meghan and Harry, but they are not afraid of their shadows either," they said.
“William is the future king. Harry has gone his way, she does her podcast, they have their issues, but the palace won't fear it, so kudos to her."
The inaugural Earthshot Prize was held in London last year and although it was hailed as a huge success, it did not attract much attention abroad.
"America is your best shot at projecting it internationally," the source said. "That was the logic behind wanting to do it in Boston."
The ceremony, which will take place on Friday night, will be televised in the US next Sunday on public broadcaster PBS. It will also be shown on Multichoice in Africa and on the BBC.
"Our goal is to become a global brand"
Hannah Jones, executive director of the Earthshot Prize, told The Telegraph: "Our goal is to become a global brand and we've been at it for a year.
“It's still very early days and it's pretty incredible how much momentum we've got. We're building. Think of it like a flywheel. You know, Rome wasn't built in a day."
The choice of Boston as the host also fits well with the premise of the event.
Inspired by the concept of moonshots, it is hoped that the award will spur environmental breakthroughs, just as John F. Kennedy's mission to put a man on the moon has become a shortcut to ambitious and groundbreaking goals.
The Massachusetts city is home to the Kennedys and provided the prince and his Earthshot team with the perfect opportunity to work with America's First Family in partnership with the JFK Library Foundation.
But even that is not without problems.
Just days after the prince and princess joined forces with President Kennedy's daughter, Caroline Kennedy, and grandson, Jack Schlossberg, in Boston, an opposing branch of the political dynasty happens to be praising the Sussexes with a prestigious humanitarian award.
Sussex Netflix Documentary Releases In Two Weeks - Karwai Tang/WireImage
Kerry Kennedy, the daughter of President Kennedy's late brother Robert F. Kennedy, will present the Ripple of Hope Award to Harry and Meghan at a lavish gala ceremony in New York, for which tickets go for up to $1 million.
She recently praised the couple for having the courage to challenge the royal family's "power structure" and said they had been "heroic" in taking a stand against the monarchy.
“They went to the oldest institution in the history of the UK and told them what they were doing wrong, that they couldn't have structural racism within the institution; that they could not sustain a misconception about mental health," she said.
In the battle for hearts and minds, it seems the Waleses have only a small window.
On Tuesday night, Meghan will speak at an event in Indianapolis for which guests paid $5,000 for a table for ten.
The Power of Women: An Evening with Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex includes an interview with Rabbi Sandy Sasso, the first female Reconstructionist rabbi. Media representatives are prohibited and ticket buyers must confirm that none of their guests are working in the field.
“We don’t let ourselves be distracted by other things”
The following Tuesday, December 6th, the Sussexes will receive their Humanitarian Award from Kerry Kennedy.
Two days later, her Netflix documentary will be released, which the Duchess says will tell her "love story".
Presented as a "true documentary" about her life, the series is not intended to make headlines when it comes to the reasons behind her decision to retire from the institution.
The Earthshot Prize will be awarded over a period of ten years with prizes totaling £50 million to find solutions to repair and protect the planet.
It has been likened to a Green Nobel Prize and is a career-defining project for the prince.
He won't be drowned out by any noise from the Sussex warehouse, a well-placed source has clarified.
"Our numerical focus next week is the Earthshot Prize and we won't be distracted by other things," they said.
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