Meghan Markle set to 'wave goodbye to whatever privacy she and Harry have carved out for themselves'
Meghan Markle's proposed move into politics would include "all the things the Sussexes left the UK to escape," a royal commentator claimed
Meghan Markle is set to “wave goodbye to whatever privacy she and Prince Harry have carved out for themselves,” if she wants to become US President one day, a royal expert has claimed.
US President Joe Biden's sister recently invited Meghan into the Democrat Party.
Valerie Biden Owens cited the need for more women to get involved with politics, and she feels Meghan would be "welcome" to join the party.
Asked about Meghan potentially being a candidate for the US Presidency one day, Ms Owens said: "Yes, perhaps. Of course she will."
But columnist Daniela Elser believes that Meghan moving into US politics means she would bring back “all the things the Sussexes left the UK to escape".
Ms Elser said: "Ending up as Senator (or better) would give Meghan one thing that has truly eluded, even now despite her wealth and title: True power of her own and on her own terms."
But it would mean Meghan would have to make “immense" sacrifices, Ms Elser added.
She continued to news.com.au: "Most obviously, they would have to wholly give up their Sussex titles.
"The mother-of-two could also wave goodbye to whatever privacy she and Harry have carved out for themselves in their adopted hometown of Montecito.
"Meghan would have to commit to month upon month of fundraisers, sucking up to Democratic donors, having to shake tens of thousands of hands, cuddle strangers’ babies, and pose for selfies.
"The whole process, even before she might reach office, would be exhausting, expensive and put a target on her family’s backs in terms of the press, critics and the often toxic miasma that are social media hordes.
"Or, basically all the things the Sussexes left the UK to escape."