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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle implicated of ‘influencing citizens’ in US presidential election

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle implicated of ‘influencing citizens’ in US presidential election
A Republican Congressman is demanding the UK government to strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of their royal titles. He has claimed that the couple are using their titles to 'interfere' in the US presidential election to be held in November.A Republican lawmaker is demanding that the British government ask Queen Elizabeth II to strip…

A Republican Congressman is requiring the UK federal government to strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of their royal titles. He has actually claimed that the couple are utilizing their titles to ‘interfere’ in the US governmental election to be held in November.

A Republican lawmaker is requiring that the British federal government ask Queen Elizabeth II to remove Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of their royal titles. He has actually informed that the couple is using their titles to affect American citizens in the upcoming governmental election.

Daily Mail reports that Congressman Jason Smith of Missouri was expected to send out a letter making the request to British Ambassador to the United States Karen Pierce on Friday afternoon.

Throughout the end of September, when some states has started early voting, Harry had actually prompted people to “decline hate speech” while Meghan called November 3 the “crucial election of our lifetime.” Their remarks were criticised in the US along with the UK, and were thought about as anti-Donald Trump.

According to Smith, the British royal household has a long tradition of staying politically neutral. He added that and the US has expressed issue about foreign disturbance in its elections.

” As you understand, the British Royal Family has long observed a policy of stringent neutrality in regard to political matters. I am for that reason worried by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s current comments concerning the United States Presidential Election, specifically given worldwide discussions surrounding foreign interference in our elections and the Duke’s status as a visitor of the United States,” he wrote in the letter, a copy of which was obtained by the above outlet.

” It is my view the titles and benefits they retain by permission of Her Majesty the Queen, given with the guidance and consent of her federal government, prevent the Duke and Duchess from separating remarks made in an individual capacity from their official position within the British Royal Household,” he wrote.

Harry and Meghan’s titles are solely decided by the queen herself. She has the power to bestow – and to remove – royal titles. However she acts upon the recommendations of the UK government, and if the prime minister, Boris Johnson, were to officially encourage her that it would be best to remove the titles, it would be very not likely that she would decline.

Meanwhile, in another development, The Sun reports that Harry may return to the UK within weeks. “Staff at Windsor have actually been informed to get ready for the possibility Harry might come back. They are told that it could be within weeks but Meghan’s name was not pointed out,” a source informed the outlet.

” There are all sorts of problems to speak about– not only his political statements but likewise his visa scenario in the US. Although he would need to separate for two weeks, the estate is big enough for talks in a socially distanced method,” the expert added.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
The couple have lost their right to be called ‘his and her royal highness’ (HRH) – much as Harry’s late mother Princess Diana did when she separated Prince Charles.
Picture: AFP/ Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS

The news of his return comes after Harry turned over a “considerable amount” in order to pay rent and clear the costs for ₤ 2.4 million taxpayer-funded restorations performed on the couple’s UK house– Frogmore Cottage.

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