As for why she's voting, Markle continued, "I also know that so many men and women have put their lives on the line for us to be heard".
The royal couple made their first U.S. primetime TV appearance on Tuesday (22.09.20) evening when they appeared on ABC's TIME100 special, and during their segment, Meghan stressed the importance of the upcoming vote. "And said, 'Hello, I'm Meg, ' and 'Hello, I'm Gloria, ' and 'Are you going to vote?' That was her initiative". But the British noble told Americans, "As we approach this November, it's vital that we reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity".
Imagine receiving a call from an unknown number and find yourself discussin the November 3 election with none other than Meghan Markle.
She claims a "detailed" account of Meghan and Prince Harry's 2016 holiday to Botswana name a safari she had never been on.
In the People article, published in February a year ago, the friends spoke out against the bullying Meghan said she has faced.
The case is the most high-profile in Harry and Meghan's increasingly bitter war with the media, particularly the British tabloid press.
Piers urged The Queen to strip both Harry and Meghan of their royal titles.
"Now they have left Canada for the US however, the USA will not pay for their security protection". Ms Afia said the details of Harry's thoughts about their meeting had been taken from their engagement interview with the BBC, while "the remainder of the content... including what they drank, what they talked about and the contents of their texts after the date" was labelled "incorrect".
Lashing out on Twitter, he deemed Prince Harry's words as "completely unacceptable behaviour".
"I don't mind saying this to you guys - the mere fact that Donald Trump is pushing the coal industry so big in America, he has blood on his hands".
A spokesperson for the couple said the comments did not refer to any specific political party or candidate, but were instead "a call for decency".
It was their first joint TV appearance since they stopped working as members of the Royal Family back in March.
United Kingdom law doesn't explicitly forbid royals from voting, but there is an expectation that they remain politically neutral and do not take part in elections. The queen, 94, has rarely strayed into current affairs issues during her 68-year reign. A spokesman on Monday, Sept. 7, 2020 Harry has made a contribution to the Sovereign Grant, the public money that goes to the royal family.