The queen could sever royal ties with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, according to royal biographer Angela Levin. Ms. Levin told talkRADIO that the couple’s latest speech in the US presidential election could be the last straw. This comes after reports from today’s royal assistants that the political stunt may have violated the couple’s Megxit deal with Buckingham Palace.
In a video message with Meghan, Prince Harry urged US citizens to “reject hate speech” and vote in the country’s upcoming presidential elections.
A spokesperson for the couple said the comments did not refer to any specific political party or candidate, but were instead “an appeal to decency.”
It was their first joint television appearance since they stopped being members of the royal family in March.
Given the infamous past animosity between the Duchess of Sussex and President Donald Trump, the broadcast was seen as the royal couple’s implied endorsement of his rival, Joe Biden.
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Ms Levin, who wrote a biography of Prince Harry, said the royal family will likely move to sever ties with Harry and Meghan next March.
Radio host Julia Hartley-Brewer asked: “Do you think the moves will go ahead to remove the titles of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and those of His Royal Highness?
“So, not just making them real members not working, but not real at all?”
Levin replied, “Late March next year is when they plan to review their deal with the queen.
“I’m pretty convinced this will be when they have to leave all their titles and royal membership behind.”
He added: “They say they want privacy, but they have to do it every turn. Every little thing they do. They have to have a huge PR team flooding the press.
“The election is important because it’s none of his business. It’s still a real.
“He represents the UK. He can’t go over there and say that. His staff said they didn’t mean anyone in particular but, remember, they were sulky when Trump visited the Queen in Windsor.”
Today’s reports suggest that the intervention could hinder Harry’s chances of renewing his ties with his favorite military posts, such as the Royal Marines.