Page Six reported this week that Prince Harry is jetting across the world to visit his grandmother after several months living in the United States, however, royal fans have been asking whether Meghan Markle will go with him.
It’s unclear what’s going to happen, but some believe the family is going to take away his visa following the Prince’s comments on the race between the incumbent president, Donald Trump, and the Democratic nominee, Joe Biden.
The Daily Mail reported this week that staffers around the Buckingham Palace were ordered to get the formerly royal couple’s home ready for their visit. Reports claim Meghan and Harry will be going back to Frogmore Cottage.
In case you missed it, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle allegedly found themselves in the cross-hairs of the royal family after both of them called on the American citizenry to “reject hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity,” which many assumed was a vote for the Democratic party.
A Republican congressman later came out to say that that the royal family was guilty of election meddling by virtue of Prince Harry and Meghan’s comments. Sources who spoke with the Mirror this week, including the royal biographer, Penny Junor, said Harry and Meghan managed to “burn some significant bridges.” It’s hard to say how they’re going to bounce back from it, Junor suggested.
Moreover, Page Six says Meghan and Harry managed to offend some of Trump’s base, including the president himself who considered Prince Harry’s words as being an implicit endorsement of the Democratic nominee.
As for Queen Elizabeth‘s response, she reportedly came out to say that the Duke wasn’t a “working member of the royal family,” and his remarks were not a reflection of them. More importantly, Prince Harry’s visa status has been called into question as well.
It’s possible the Prince will get a 2-year immigrant visa as the husband of an American citizen, or a diplomatic passport on account of his connection to the royal family. In the case that he does get a diplomatic passport, this bars him from speaking on election matters.