Anger in the palace over Meghan Markle's political interference

Anger at the palace over Megan Markle’s political intervention

Megan is said to have used her royal title to approach at least two Republican senators to seek paid parental leave with controversial policy in the United States. Prince Harry’s wife invited Senator Susan Collins of Maine and West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito, who were surprised when Megan called them. “I don’t know how she got my number,” Shelley Moore said in a statement.

Susan, who introduced herself as Megan’s Duchess of Sussex, was paradoxical: “I enjoyed talking to her, but I’m more interested in what the people of Maine think.”

Megan would use her title ‘out of context’ in this way, which was not allowed according to the English. The Buckingham Palace royal family argues that “there should be no opinion on American politics”, reports The Sunday Times. Under the constitution, members of the royal family must be “out of politics” and neutral.

Harry made a mistake when he recently urged politicians about middle schools and complementary medicine.

Megan’s letter to Congress last month, in which she recommended paid parental leave, received mixed reviews on social media. In the letter, the former actress said she was speaking on behalf of millions of Americans, which has been misunderstood by many. For example, one person replied: ‘Because did she really talk to those millions of Americans before she claimed this? At least not with me. In addition, this issue was started by Congress a long time ago and now it seems they want to talk about exaggeration.

When Harry and Megan talked about the world this summer, it caused a lot of criticism:

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