Royal author Anna Pastemark believes that Meghan Markle’s potential appearance for the US presidential election will be supported by very influential people.
I’m talking to Fox News, the author said that the Duchess of Sussex, despite being separated from the royal family by Prince Harry, would not face any problems as the couple settled in America.
“I see Meghan being supported by strong people and eventually trying a political position,” she said.
“I think she has an ambition that knows no boundaries. So I wouldn’t be surprised if that was part of her agenda.
“All the power for her, if she really wants to.”
Meanwhile, royal commentator Richard Eden revealed himself during a conversation with Palace confidential on MailPlus: “A very good source said that even after Meghan started dating Prince Harry, she said her ultimate ambition was to be president.”
“It seems more and more likely and how fascinating it would be,” Eden added.
Royal commentator Victoria Murphy, who joined the discourse, said: “It would be completely unusual for this to happen and completely unprecedented. I would never say never, but I don’t think it’s on the maps in the near future.”
“Anyone I’ve talked to seems to claim this to be the case. Interestingly, one of the challenges for Harry and Meghan now is that he’s different from the royal family,” she said.
“Everything they do, their identity is shaped by the royal family and I don’t see how that could ever be. If they became president, their legacy would be completely different,” she added.