Critics Are Buzzing Over Harry and Meghan's Video

Thursday, 24 Sep, 2020

Markle, who has called President Trump "divisive" and "misogynistic", called on people to vote and said that "every four years we are told the same thing, that this is the most important election of our lifetime". But this one is. I also know that so many men and women have put their lives on the line for us to be heard.

The royal couple made their first USA primetime TV appearance on Tuesday (22.09.20) evening when they appeared on ABC's TIME100 special, and during their segment, Meghan stressed the importance of the upcoming vote. "But many of you may not know that I haven't been able to vote in the United Kingdom my entire life", Harry said in a Time 100 video message while sitting beside Markle outside their California home.

Harry said it was "vital" to reject hate speech, online negativity and misinformation.

The Mail on Sunday said she used her friends "as de facto PR agents" in order "to influence the media in a positive way".

The 36-year-old duke mentioned that he would not be voting in the election due to his lack of USA citizenship, adding he had not voted in United Kingdom elections throughout his life.

Meghan married Harry, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, the star of the TV legal drama suite, in a grand ceremony at Windsor Castle in May 2018.

Meghan Markle has spending a lot of her time and energy into getting out the vote since she moved back to the United States earlier this year.

At a hearing Monday at the High Court in London, the publisher sought to amend its defense in light of a book about Meghan and Harry that was published last month.

"Now they have left Canada for the US however, the USA will not pay for their security protection". The biography claims to tell the story of Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, though it has also been said the couple themselves did not contribute to the book.

Russian pranksters Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov posed as the climate-change activist Greta Thunberg and her father, Svante, arranging a call with the royal.

Another wrote, "Completely inappropriate, especially from Harry".

The witness statement says: "In the book's authors" note, we have said that we spoke directly to the couple "when appropriate'".

When approached for comment, the Palace highlighted the fact that the duke is no longer a working royal, and said his remarks were made in a "personal capacity".

Steinem also said that the royal is also challenging the "princess" stereotype by being political: "She came home to vote".

Harry acknowledged that he won't be voting in this year's election, and has never voted as a member of the politically neutral British royal family.