Meghan Markle and Harry: Secret meeting with top politician!

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Royals should stay out of politics – actually. Prince Harry (36) and Meghan Markle (39) urged Americans to vote ahead of the U.S. presidential election.

In doing so, they shot in the direction of then-President Donald Trump (74): “As we approach this November, it’s important that we reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity.

For their appearance, Harry and Meghan were heavily criticized at the time. But now the British Sun on Sunday reveals: It didn’t stop at one video. Behind closed doors, the Sussex’ mixed vigorously in U.S. politics!

The couple, who live in a 13-million-prunk mansion in California, met with an influential governor of the Golden State. The talk is of the Democrat Gavin Newsom (53).

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: what did they discuss with politicians?
During a secret virtual meeting, the three are said to have introduced themselves to each other and got to know each other. According to a leaked memo, the conversation was declared as an “introductory conversation”. Whether further meetings with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle followed is not yet known.

Explosive: the conversation took place only a few days after the massive criticism of Harry’s and Meghan’s election interference. In addition, Newsom was under public pressure because he had to replace the later vice president Kamala Harris (56) with a new senator.

Many Californians demanded that Harris be followed by another black woman. Did the top politician seek advice from the ex-actress of African-American descent?

For some time now, experts have speculated that Meghan Markle wants to embark on a political career herself. Thanks to her progressive attitude, she is hoping for an advisory post in the Democratic cabinet. Later, she even wants to become the first female president of the USA, they say.

What exactly was discussed at the secret meeting remains under wraps. A spokesman merely states: “We do not comment on the content of meetings between the governor and private parties or his staff.”

 

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