Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are at the heart of the spirits. Archie’s parents have just made a political blunder that should annoy Queen Elizabeth II.
The announcement of the Megxit, on January 8, 2020, has had the effect of a bomb across the Channel. Even if water has been under the bridge for a year, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry continue to unleash passions. Little Archie’s parents have decided to move away from the British Royal Family and move to the United States to live a new life.
The former Suits actress and Prince Harry have therefore resigned as senior members as of March 2020, but part of their agreement with Buckingham Palace stipulated that “everything they do will respect Her Majesty’s values”. However, remaining neutral in politics is one of the essential rules… Yet our source reported that Prince William’s brother and his wife “held a secret meeting with California’s Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom”. An initiative that the Queen might disapprove of…
The Sussex, who now live in California, reportedly participated in a virtual one-hour meeting with the Democratic governor on October 19. The purpose of the discussion at this “secret introductory meeting” is unclear. Gavin Newsom’s office told the media that it would not comment on “the content of meetings between the governor and private parties or his staff”.
This virtual meeting could have gone unnoticed, but one detail is of significant importance. At that time, the presidential election was barely two weeks away… California’s Democratic governor was facing calls to choose a woman of colour as a potential successor to Kamala Harris, should she be elected vice president.
They must remain politically neutral
Moreover, this alleged reunion allegedly took place only a few weeks after the former active members of the royal family “violated the terms of their Megxit agreement” by expressing their political opinions. In a video message for Time 100 released on September 22, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle called on Americans to vote, asking voters to “reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity. While they had taken no public stand for any particular candidate, the statement was heard as a message of support for Joe Biden. Many Americans were then offended by this statement.
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