Angela Levin told talkRADIO that the Duke of Sussex still represents the UK and therefore should not be telling US citizens to vote. The royal expert added that although Prince Harry’s staff said the Duke did not support any of the election candidates, it was clear who he did not support.
“He can’t go out there and say everyone has to vote.
“We all know who it is, one of his associates said he wasn’t talking about anyone in particular.
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“But he was sulking when Trump came to visit the Queen in Windsor.
“If that wasn’t the case, he would be in big trouble with Meghan because she’s pretty outspoken about her dislike of Trump. “
Earlier this month, Meghan Markle said of the vote during an online appearance for When All Women Vote: “We vote to honor those who come before us and to protect those who come after us, that’s what community and c ‘is precisely the purpose of this election.
“You are equally engaged and motivated to see the change we all need and deserve.
Royal expert Rachel Bowie told the Royally Obsessed podcast: “The Queen has already encouraged people to vote.
“It’s not a new thing and it’s not partisan, Meghan just says to vote, which is really important that everyone votes. ”
Ms Bowie added: “She didn’t approve any candidate, so you can make inferences about which candidate she votes for.
“Obviously she didn’t come out and say that openly, she was politically neutral. “