By moving to the United States and relinquishing her title of senior member of the royal family, Meghan Markle has regained her freedom of speech. Committed actress, the Duchess of Sussex had been held after her marriage to Prince Harry not to publicly expose her opinions. But by moving away from Buckingham Palace, she can again speak out, especially about the politics of her native country.
What Meghan Markle intends to do in the coming weeks, while the US presidential elections will be held on November 3. After a filmed and engaged exchange with Gloria Steinem, activist and American feminist activist, the Duchess of Sussex has already shown her desire to get involved more than ever in this presidential campaign, and to try to block the road to Donald Trump by bringing together voters around Joe Biden, the Democratic candidate. This somewhat frightens Buckingham Palace, while the Windsors are not required to take a political stand, let alone express it publicly.
Meghan Markle “pushes concept of modern monarchy”
“We all know what is at stake this year”, had declared Meghan Markle in a video interview with her friend Michelle Obama a few weeks ago, making “strangle” the advisers of Buckingham Palace underlines Point of view, so much this exit goes against the required neutrality within the royal family. A way for the wife of Prince Harry to “push the concept of the modern monarchy in a whole new direction”, underlines Max Foster, journalist on the CNN channel. And she will be on this occasion the first member of the British royal family to vote, as she affirmed to Marie-Claire last August. “I know what it is to have a voice, and also what it is to feel speechless,” she had chanted. Resuming his right to speak.
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