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Meghan Markle and Harry in a cold relation with the Queen? The “violation” of one of their agreements


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Already in trouble with Elizabeth II, Meghan Markle and Harry may have further aggravated tensions because of a video in which they encourage Americans to vote in the November presidential elections.

New storm warning between Sussex and the British Royal Family. Already in the sights of Elizabeth II because of their debts, Meghan Markle and Harry have once again drawn the wrath of Buckingham Palace. In question, a video published by Time, this Wednesday, September 23, in which the parents of little Archie encourage Americans to vote in the presidential elections of November: “You play a vital role in the future of our children. (…) It is vital to reject hate speech.” Translation, according to some observers, that of the current American president, candidate for re-election, Donald Trump, even if he is never quoted in this video.

The same Donald Trump who recently attacked Meghan Markle. So, was it this attack that pushed the couple to get involved in the presidential campaign? Anyway, with their message, Meghan Markle and Harry went beyond the rule of neutrality that the British monarchy does not pronounce on political issues.

In the process, the Sussexes not only cast a chill on diplomatic relations between the United States and the United Kingdom, but also seriously damaged the reputation of the Crown.


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Distancing oneself

A situation that is unlikely to improve their already strained relationship with the Queen. In fact, on the other side of the Atlantic, Elizabeth II’s advisers met urgently to find out how to distance themselves from the couple.

Public opinion does not seem to be on the side of Meghan Markle and Harry either, judging by an editorial by the famous British presenter, Piers Morgan, published in the Daily Mail, in which he demands that the Queen take away all her titles from the couple. Shocking!

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