In a video message released Tuesday, UK Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, the latter a United States citizen, called on Americans to "reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity", urging them to vote on 3 November in the "most important election of our lifetime".
Traditionally, members of the royal family don't vote or get involved with elections and Harry remains sixth in line to the British throne. And I would say this, and she has probably heard that. In the months since, with the USA ramping up for election season, Meghan and Harry have turned their focus to the issue of voter registration. But I think people will struggle a lot more with Prince Harry because as a prince of the blood it's not seen as the done thing to talk about politics, be it British or American.
Meghan, who was sitting next to her husband in the video, said that this election was the most important in years.
While the royals did not tell American voters which way to vote, some observers thought the signals were clear, especially given that before she was a royal, Meghan once called Trump "misogynistic" and "divisive".
Mr Trump said in a live news conference that he was "not a fan" of Ms Markle, who has publicly supported his rival for the White House, Joe Biden.
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"This is evidently not correct as the Claimant has, in this case, provided the full exchanges between her and her father in the run up to the wedding", said Ms Afia.
In 2016, this was raised to 25 percent for a decade to pay for a major 10-year overhaul of Buckingham Palace. "Meghan's confident a second child will be perfectly manageable on a practical level and will bring them even more love and joy".
She went on to allege that the Duchess of Sussex's initiative was to be as candid as possible with the people on the other end of the phone. "He's going to need it".
"In responding to both these financial challenges we have no intention of asking for extra funding and will look to manage the impact through our own efforts and efficiencies", Stevens said.
Harry followed up with: "This election I am not able to vote in the US". When asked about how the royal family felt about this the palace released a statement saying, "We would not comment".