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An American perspective on Meghan's advocation for voting

The Duchess of Sussex has been active in the 2020 presidential election and asking Americans to get out and vote. This has caused some controversy in the UK as members of the Royal Family normally stay quiet in regards to politics. As the lone American on Royal Central’s editorial staff, I have a different outlook on Meghan’s advocating for voting. I think the outlook on…
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Sussexes launch Archewell foundation website

Six months after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced the Archewell foundation, the foundation took a big step forward by launching its website. Archewell.com went live Wednesday morning featuring a simple beige background with contact information and an email…
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The Duchess of Sussex reveals she is worried about people obsessed with social media

The Duchess of Sussex made a virtual appearance at this year’s Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit, hosted by Fortune Magazine. Speaking to Fortune’s Emma Hinchliffe from her new home in Santa Barbara, California, on October 13th 2020, Meghan discussed cyberbullying and social media addiction. “People who are addicted to drugs are called ‘users’ and people who are on social media…
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U.S. Congressman calls for the rescinding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's titles amid 'election interference' claims

A member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Jason Smith, has written a letter to the British Ambassador to the United States, Dame Karen Pierce, saying that The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are ‘interfering” in the U.S. presidential elections. Smith asserts that the Sussexes are working against President Trump and that they should be stripped of all ‘titles, styles, and…
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Buckingham Palace: "Any comments by Prince Harry are made in a personal capacity”

Buckingham Palace has refused to comment on remarks made by the Duke of Sussex on the importance of voting ahead of the United States presidential election. In a televised broadcast alongside the Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry urged US citizens to “reject hate speech” and ensure they vote in the election which takes place in November, When approached for comment by the UK press…
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