"I'm not a fan of Meghan and I wish Harry good luck, he will need it": so commented Trump. While the palace freezes the Sussexes
Meghan Markle, subdued look for the Time 100 video
Meghan Markle and Harry raised quite a few controversies after the speech on the American elections, to the point that Donald Trump intervened in person to reply to the message of the Sussex.
As is known, there is no bad blood between Meghan and Trump. She has openly criticized him in the past and when the President and Melania Trump went to England for a state visit, Lady Markle and her husband went into hiding. Harry and Meghan's speech delivered in a video message for Time 100 seemed like a stance against the Tycoon which at this point he wanted to reply to the Sussexes.
Responding to those who asked him to comment on the appearance in the Sussex presidential election, Trump said: "I'm not a fan of Meghan." And on Harry: "I wish him luck, he'll need it."
A dry and cutting comment that is added to that of Buckingham Palace. In fact, Harry and Meghan's political speech created no little embarrassment at the Court. In fact, members of the Royal Family must remain neutral in political matters. A rule that is well known to Harry, as he claimed on video that he had never voted in his life.
Well, the Palace, consulted by Time, who requested a comment on the words of the Prince and his wife, replied that he did not want to make any statement, but added: "The Duke is no longer an active member of the Royal Family and all comments he makes, are in a personal capacity “.
An answer that freezes the Sussex, who as private citizens no longer enjoy the protection of the Palace. Harry and Meghan's political breakthrough was a real shock. Not only because the Prince broke with the tradition of the Monarchy, but also because many ordinary people saw in their stance a kind of meddling in American affairs, without them having the right. Meanwhile, however, it has been rumored for some time that Lady Markle is targeting the White House.