Ever since the royal couple Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down from their royal duties a lot has been reported about their life in terms of the couple settling in Canada, continuing to use the security guards in order to protect their son, Meghan making her comeback in the acting world and so on. Now as per reports in Dailymail.co.uk, Prince Harry’s latest comment on the upcoming election in the United States has raised a lot of eyebrows.
A former royal family member mentioned that he won’t be able to vote in the upcoming presidential elections ‘THIS’ year, which got many thinking if Prince Harry is planning to take up the citizenship of the USA before the next elections, which could help him vote in the elections which will be conducted post-2024. The portal quoted him saying, “This election, I'm not going to be able to vote here in the US.” Also, he further mentioned being part of the Royal family he never voted in Britain as per royal family rule one has to keep themselves out of politics.
This comment of Prince Harry also raised speculations about Prince Harry likely to apply for a green card followed by residing in the United States for three years. Besides this it also gave rise to speculations of Prince Harry might apply for dual citizenship.
However denying this, a source was quoted saying, “They are not working royals. They are private citizens and it's understandable they want to keep those matters private.” ALSO READ: Prince Harry Was Emotional As His Honorary Military Ranks Were Taken Away After He Stepped Back From His Royal Duties With Meghan Markle?
Meanwhile, Meghan Markle can vote in the upcoming elections, as she is an American citizen. ALSO READ: Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Mocked For Signing A Heavy Duty Deal With Netflix; 'Didn't They Want A Quiet Life?'
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