SHE’S a passionate supporter of voting rights and once called Donald Trump “misogynistic”, but here’s why Meghan won’t be having her say.
MEGHAN Markle might be a passionate supporter of voting rights but that doesn’t mean she will be having a say in the US midterm elections.
Late last month the 37-year-old delivered a stirring speech celebrating the 125th anniversary of women being granted the vote in New Zealand.
“Women’s suffrage is not simply about the right to vote for women, but also about what that represents,” Meghan said.
“The basic and fundamental human right of all people — including members of society who have been marginalised — whether for reasons of race, gender, ethnicity, or orientation — to be able to participate in the choices for their future and their community.”
But despite her strong feelings on the matter the Duchess of Sussex, who is applying for British citzenship and can still vote in her home country, is tipped to have followed royal protocol on the issue.