Prince Harry goes home for a difficult conversation with the Queen

Prince Harry is finally flying across the pond to visit his grandmother after months in the US, but will wife Meghan Markle accompany him? And will Queen Elizabeth take away her title – or her visa – after commenting on the Biden-Trump race?

The Daily Mail reported that questions are swirling around Buckingham Palace once the Frogmore Cottage, the former home of the royal couple, gets orders from Harry to prepare for the trip.

However, no mention was made as to whether Markle would be coming along, and his tongue caught fire – as is the purpose of the trip, which speculates that the 94-year-old queen and her grandson were on their phone. There will be tough talk. American voters disapprove of “hate speech, misinformation and online negativity” and a GOP congressman taking into account the foreign election.

“Harry and Meghan have burned some important bridges that may be beyond repair,” royal biographer Penny Junor told The Mirror. “Right now, it doesn’t seem to bother them. And I can never see Meghan going the way back.

A vote-out-of-the-vote message made with Markle has angered Trump supporters – and the president himself – who considers Harry’s words a strategic endorsement of Democrat Joe Biden.

Rape Jason Smith (R-Missouri) is so hot under the collar that he wrote a letter to the British ambassador requesting that the queen ask the royal couple to discontinue or snatch their titles and privileges.

Smith acknowledges that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are private citizens, but that their titles weigh with the Americans and give the impression that they speak for the royal family.

Queen Elizabeth II (left to right), Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry
(From left) Queen Elizabeth II, Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle and Prince HarryGetty Images

The queen distanced herself from all politics, saying the duke was “not a working member of the royal family” and was speaking “in a personal capacity”.

Smith’s request – regarding both title and privileges – could be seriously considered by the Queen, especially if Prime Minister Boris Johnson formally advises her to take away the title.

The Congressional privileges refer to Harry’s immigration status, which is unclear as the US considers the matter private and has never commented on it.

The prince may be on a two-year immigrant visa as the husband of an American or diplomatic passport due to his royal ties.

If Harry has a diplomatic passport, he violates diplomatic protocol if he speaks about politics in any way and cannot donate.


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