Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have already stepped down as working royals and are in the United States. They have acquired a property in Santa Barbara, California, and are among Celebrities. The two of them are busy trying to gain financial independence and are exploring various options. Since it is election time in America and since Meghan hails from Los Angeles, it is natural that she and her husband talk about the subject. However, that has not gone down well with a section of the people.

News AU says during her 68-year reign, the Queen has always stayed away from politics.

She has never voted and does not involve in any activity related to such matters. However, Harry appears to have ignored the views of his grandmother. While speaking on the subject of the Time100 list, he said - "This election, I'm not going to be able to vote here in the US. But many of you may not know that I haven't been able to vote in the UK my entire life." He sent across a message about issues like hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity. These few words revealed his preference and also the leanings of the couple. Meghan has been regularly appearing at different online events. She intends to influence the women voters to vote in the upcoming race to the White House.

Donald Trump and Prince Harry have met earlier

The comments of Prince Harry have led to criticism. Certain people think he has strayed into the political arena. When Donald Trump visited the UK in June last year, Harry avoided meeting him. Before her marriage with Harry, the "Suits" actor Meghan Markle had commented about Trump.

News AU goes on to add that these included terms like "misogynistic" and "divisive." Her feelings towards the contender for another term in the White House is no secret. Harry apparently shares her feelings, but he has ruffled many feathers by airing his comments. Incidentally, Donald Trump himself thinks on the same line. Recently, at a press briefing, he said - "I'm not a fan of hers.

I would say this – and she probably has heard that – I wish a lot of luck to Harry because he's going to need it."

Harry and Meghan stirred the hornet's nest

According to Express UK, Harry and Meghan released a video that has led to the controversy. It is election time in the United States, and Meghan is an American. Naturally, she would like to have her say. The video related to the forthcoming election and some people who saw the video concluded that the royal couple supported Joe Biden. Of course, they were careful not to mention any of the presidential candidates in the video, but it did dwell on hate speech and misinformation. Meghan defended her actions when fingers pointed towards her. She clarified that there was nothing in her address that could be interpreted as controversial.

Meghan and Harry are trying to come out of their shell

Express UK adds Meghan appeared at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit. She said - "It is about being authentic, and if you look back at anything, I have said it is exciting. It is interesting because what often ends up being inflammatory, it seems, is people's interpretation of it. If you listen to what I say, it is not controversial." She got the support of Royal commentator Lizzie Robinson who noted she is under scrutiny whenever she speaks. Her words were - "Well, anything Harry and Meghan say or do at the moment ends up in the papers." Both Harry and Meghan are trying to come out of their shells. They are young and have seen the world from close quarters.

Harry was a helicopter pilot who saw action in Afghanistan. Meghan was an actor in a popular TV drama. They want to create new identities for themselves. Harry and Meghan want to become financially independent, and they are working towards that goal.