It’s a bad joke that must have scared the whole of Buckingham Palace. While Elizabeth II’s advisers are tearing their hair out in the face of the highly politicized speeches of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, a recent website has come to sow more trouble in the royal family. And it is “Meghan for president” (“Meghan for president”), a website which appears to promote the Duchess’s candidacy for the American presidential election, which will be held on November 6th.
On this site, you can read slogans such as “A better future begins today” and “Together we will lead,” reports Royal Central. While representatives of Meghan Markle have not commented on the appearance of this site, for the news site it could be an attempt to take some votes away from candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden in the election, while A page is also devoted to the volunteering that it is possible to do for this fake campaign.
A next meeting on the Megxit which may be stormy
Very involved in the American presidential campaign, Meghan Markle continues to call for votes for next November, without however supporting a particular candidate. But her dislike of Donald Trump strongly suggests that the Duchess will vote for Joe Biden and his vice-president Kamala Harris. What annoy Elizabeth II, whose next meeting on the Megxit may well be stormy. And this because they do not respect the clause which stipulates that their personal commitments must be “in the sense of the defense of the values of His Majesty”.
By calling on Americans to vote, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry go against the Queen’s beloved rule of political neutrality, while her grandson has hinted that if he obtains US citizenship, he could also vote in the future. “A red line has been crossed. The feeling is that of a violation of the agreement,” said the relatives of Elizabeth II in the columns of the Sunday Times, relayed by Point de Vue. A “diplomatic embarrassment” for the queen, which will perhaps make Prince Harry lose his chances of becoming again the president of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, and which jeopardizes the return of Meghan Markle to the family …
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