Royal watchers think they've found a clue...

Has Meghan Markle just dropped a MAJOR hint she is entering politics?

There have been persistent rumors about Meghan Markle’s ambitions for a political career for some time.

Since she was a young girl and wrote to Procter & Gamble to complain about an advertisement, the Duchess has taken a strong interest in social issues.

Prior to advocating for paid parental leave in 2021, she had publicly pushed for the COVID vaccine to be made available to poorer countries around the world by making infamous cold calls to US senators.

 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Photo: Chris Jackson

 

In light of this, documents that were recently made public by the Archewell Foundation caught the attention of royal watchers for an intriguing nuance.

A number of fans believe the company’s 2021 tax disclosure document, which seems to have just recently been made public, indicates Meghan’s desire to more fully enter politics.

The documentation reveals a $110,000 payment to KMLSA, a public relations firm. It is managed by Katie McCormick Lelyveld, a well-known press secretary for Michelle Obama from 2007 to 2011. She has also provided John Kerry and Hillary Clinton with PR advice.

According to Archewell’s tax returns, £89,000 was given to Ms. Lelyveld’s business KMLSA LLC in 2021 for “strategic support for social impact PR.”

 

Katie McCormick Lelyveld
Photo: Emma McIntyre

 

According to KMLSA, which claims to have “decades of dynamic experience with influential leaders,” it is the company to which “global leaders turn to navigate challenges with reputational, political, philanthropic, legal, and financial lenses.”

It happens shortly after Meghan celebrated her victory in court over Samantha Markle, her half-sister.

In the royal couple’s candid interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021, Samantha, daughter of Thomas Markle, charged the Duchess of Sussex with spreading “demonstrably false and malicious lies” to a “worldwide audience.”

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Samantha Markle – Meghan’s half-sister
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A Florida judge reportedly dismissed the lawsuit because the mother-of-two was expressing “an opinion about her childhood and her relationship with her half-sibling” and a statement of pure opinion was “not capable of being proved false,” according to PA news agency, which had access to court documents.

As a reasonable listener would understand it, the defendant merely expresses an opinion about her upbringing and her relationships with her half-siblings, according to US District Judge Charlene Edwards Honeywell.

 

Meghan Markle during her interview with Oprah

 

Therefore, the court concludes that the defendant’s claim cannot be objectively verified or supported by evidence. Plaintiff cannot credibly refute the defendant’s assessment of her own upbringing.

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