Prince Harry has sharpened his chances of returning to military imperial duties after allegedly speaking out about the US election.
Royal AIDS says Harry, 36, has violated the Magsit deal by publicly discussing the upcoming vote and openly pushing Donald Trump.
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As part of the agreement, when he relinquished royal responsibilities, Harry resigned from his beloved military roles.
The Queen agreed to keep the position open during the review period so that she could return in the future, but aides say talking about the US election could eliminate that possibility.
One told Times: “The door was left open. There were some things Harry hoped he could choose again.
“He wants to hang on to the beloved Royal Marines and military recruits. It will be difficult now.”
The Sussex arrangement is set to be reviewed in a year’s time.
In a video clip aired as part of Time 100, Magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world, Meghan “Every four years we are told that this is the most important choice of our lives. But it is one.”
And Harry said: “As we arrive this November, it’s important that we get rid of hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity.
“When evil outweighs the good, for many, whether we realize it or not, it destroys our ability to empathize and our ability to put ourselves in someone else’s shoes.
‘Violation of agreement’
“Because when a person buys online for negativity, the effects are felt quickly. It’s time to not just reflect, but to act.”
A royal aide said Clip had broken his promise to uphold the Queen’s values despite resigning as the couple’s elders. [royal] Families are shaking hands, wondering: where is it going and does it follow the deal to maintain the Queen’s values? The feeling is that this is a breach of agreement. ”
Despite claims that it was an attempt by his fans to oust Donald Trump from office, a source close to Harry insisted that Dick was not talking about Mr. Trump or anyone else.
A spokesman for Sussex said: “The Duke’s message is not about a particular political party or candidate, but rather about how we interact with each other.”
The queen is the only member of the royal family who is not allowed to vote, but the hope is that other royals will remain criminals and will never run in elections. Meghan, a US citizen, has said she will vote.
Buckingham Palace only said that Harry’s comments were made “in a personal capacity”.
But according to the Times, the courtiers held a meeting to discuss Shusk’s departure from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after the arms call.
An angry Twitter user said: “Hey, Prince Harry: You have no right to interfere in our election.
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“If you want to make a statement, give up your British citizenship, become an American.”
But another person said: “With the voice of the video, Prince Harry will be a US and British citizen in the next election,” I am unable to vote in this election “, and I love it.”
Pierre Morgan also shared his opinion: “Prince Harry’s use of his election watchdog to provoke US elections and effectively influence Americans to vote against President Trump is a completely unacceptable behavior for a member of the Royal Family.” Is. “