Prince Charles’ exciting plans with Kate and grandchildren caught by lip reader

Excitement is mounting ahead of Prince William and Kate’s royal visit to the Caribbean.

But there’s a more heartwarming event on the Cambridges’ agenda.

William and Kate appeared alongside Prince Charles and Camilla at the annual Commonwealth Day service and thanks to a lip reader, we got the inside gossip on their future plans together.

Congregating before the service began at London's Westminster Abbey, Charles (who stepped in for the Queen) was seen happily chatting with his daughter-in-law Kate.

Expert lip reader Jeremy Freeman told the Mirror that, after hugs and kisses between the royal foursome, Charles informed Kate: “We are going to pop in and see you all…”

And if our calculations are correct, the plans were being put in place for when William and Kate return from their week-long Caribbean visit later this month.

In the past, proud grandfather Prince Charles has reportedly voiced his unhappiness about not seeing enough of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

In an interview to mark Charles’ 70th birthday in 2018, his son William explained: “I would like him to have more time with the children… to play around.

“When he’s there, he’s brilliant, but we need him there as much as possible.”

The special plans made between Charles and Kate will be precious to the future King.

But, sadly, there’s little chance of him catching up with his other grandchildren, Archie and Lilibet.

The doting grandfather has been separated from Archie since Harry and Meghan moved to America over two years ago.

And, like the Queen, he’s yet to meet Lilibet. The Sussexes’ latest addition was born in California last June and Princess Eugenie may be the only royal to have met the now-nine month old in person.

According to royal commentator Ashley Pearson, Charles treated Meghan “like a daughter” before her departure from The Firm.

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Speaking in new Channel 5 documentary Harry & Meghan Vs The Monarchy, Ms Pearson said: “Charles famously adored Meghan.

“She was welcomed as a daughter, even more so than Kate Middleton was at the very beginning.”

And while shocked and hurt by the Sussexes’ bombshell revelations about the Royal Family, Charles still appears to have a soft spot for Meghan.

Eagle-eyed followers spotted a sweet photograph of Charles and Meghan on her wedding day, displayed at his London home Clarence House.

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The tribute suggests that Charles could be willing to mend their relationship, but he’s ‘disappointed’ in Harry.

After Harry’s fallout with the government over security concerns in the UK, he’s chosen not to attend the late Prince Philip’s memorial on March 29.

Charles’ ex-butler Grant Harold told OK!: “I think part of them, because it’s family, will think it’s sad he’s not there for it. And it’s possible they will be disappointed.

“If it is a straight, black and white decision and it's all to do with this security issue then I’m sure there will be some disappointment because they may be saying: ‘Is it worth not being there for your grandfather’s memorial service over this security issue?’.”

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