Harry and Meghan’s Political Pursuits: A White House Snub and Palace Tensions

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s post-royal life in California has been anything but ordinary.

A recent report delves into their attempts to gain access to US political figures, shedding light on intriguing interactions and tense palace relations.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly sought a ride on Air Force One with President Joe Biden after Queen Elizabeth’s funeral. Still, their request was swiftly denied by the White House to avoid causing a “commotion.”

In another move, Meghan and Harry invited Jill Biden to attend Harry’s Invictus Games, only to have the idea rejected by UK officials, fearing potential backlash from the royal family.

Despite their public advocacy for causes like paid family leave, the couple’s initiatives were considered unsuccessful attempts to gain political influence in the US.

Harry and Meghan found themselves disinvited from a pre-funeral reception at Buckingham Palace, where foreign royals and world leaders gathered as tensions escalated.

The exclusion left the couple “baffled,” according to sources.

Meghan’s controversial TV interview with Oprah Winfrey and Harry’s memoir “Spare” only added to the strain in their relations with the firm, making their pursuit of political connections a rocky path.

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