‘Markle for Senate’ website set up amid talk Meghan has political ambitions

As the fallout from Prince HarryandMeghan Markle’s bombshellNetflixseries, Harry and Meghan, continues several political URLs have been registered relating to a potential political run by the Duchess.

The domains markleforcongress.com and markleforsenate.com (as well as nomarkleforcongress.com and nomarkleforsenate.com), have already been registered by an unidentified person.

Interestingly, it is not known whether the person who bought these domains is Markle or someone connected to her.

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But most likely whoever registered the domains did so foreseeing that in the future they could sell them for a good sum if Meghan Markle dares to pursue a political career.

But Meghan's political ambitions are well known: in November 2021, a British expert insisted Markle was eyeing a congressional run and could win because of her Q score.

In March 2021, an anonymous source told the Daily Mail that Markle was preparing for a White House run.

Whilst in 2020, a “friend”told Vanity Fairthat Markle never wanted to give up her American passport so she could eventually run for office.

In order to run for President, you must be a natural born citizen of the United States, a resident for 14 years, and 35 years of age or older. The age limit also applies to senate hopefuls too.

Megan ticks the boxes when it comes to running for elected office.

But the likelihood is that Meghan will run for political office once her children are older and all the scandal she is now causing with the series has passed.

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