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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could face the ultimate consequence, should either of them comment on the recent uproar in Washington DC.
A royal commentator has said that he believes Meghan will not stay silent following a group of armed Donald Trump supporters wreaking havoc at the hear of American politics, storming The Capitol Building.
The violence which was instigated after Trump fans believe the election was "stolen" following the victory of President-Elect, Joe Biden.
While members of The Royal Family are to remain neutral at all times, Howard Hodgson believes that should Meghan comment on the incident, she will face detrimental consequences.
Royal watchers believe that Meghan may now seize the opportunity to criticise Trump, who vacates The White House this month.
Speaking to The Express, Howard said: "Trump's actions were irresponsible and despicable.
"That said, it is quite impossible for a member of the Royal Family to comment on political matters either here or in another country."
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Insiders claimed that following Meghan and Harry's decision to release a video, encouraging US citizens to vote in the November election left palace officials "infuriated".
Howard added: "Therefore, if [Meghan] does start a political career or even make political comments about yesterday or anything else, she will leave the Queen with no choice but to banish Harry and her from the family to an even greater extent than the Duke of Windsor was subjected to."
"If she really loved Harry in the same way that he apparently does her, then she should surely take this into account, however, I fear that she won't," he told.
The Duke of Windsor, who once served as King Edward VIII, abdicated the throne in 1936 in order to marry American divorcee, Wallis Simpson.
Following his decision, he was shunned by The Windsor Family and lived in exile in France until his death, along with Mrs Simpson.
No members of the family attended their wedding and it's believed that Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother was responsible for Wallis not being granted an HRH title.
Meghan has previously spoken out against Donald Trump during his election campaigns in 2016 when she was working as an actress on US show, Suits.
She described the former The Apprentice star as "divisive" and "misogynistic".
Speaking to the media last year, Trump said: "I'm not a fan of hers and I would say this and she probably has heard that, but I wish a lot of luck to Harry because he's going to need it."
- Meghan Markle
- Prince Harry
- Royal Family
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