Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moved to the U.S. earlier this year after stepping down as senior members of the royal family. However, one outlet claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should not irk Presiden Donald Trump, or the royal prince could be deported.
Woman’s Day published a report claiming that President Donald Trump is examining Prince Harry’s legal status after the couple purchased a mansion in Montecito. The insider even alleged that “nothing would please Trump more than deporting Harry.”
It also advised the royal couple to not “be slagging off Trump publicly” unless Prince Harry’s immigration status was already set or Trump will personally prevent it.
Gossip Cop debunked the report because the headline and the content of the article were not consistent. The headline suggested that Donald Trump has already ordered to deport Prince Harry. However, it concluded with a more or less reminder to the couple not to criticize the president, or Prince Harry might be deported.
The headline suggested that Prince Harry’s days in the U.S. are already numbered. However, that isn’t the case.
Also, with Star’s reputation for publishing articles based on the statements of its undependable sources, this could be another groundless claim waiting to be debunked. So, avid followers of the Sussexes should take these hearsays lightly until everything is proven true and correct.
The report could be due to the history of the Sussexes allegedly feuding with Donald Trump. Meghan Markle is an open critic of the president before she became a royal. She once said she would not live in America if Trump wins the presidency.
“It’s really the moment I go,” Markle said when told that Trump would beat Hillary Clinton. “We film ‘Suits’ in Toronto and I might just stay in Canada.”
“I didn’t know that. What can I say? I didn’t know that she was nasty,” Trump responded when asked about Markle’s statement.
Earlier this year, Daily Mail reported that the Sussexes need to ask Trump’s approval if they want diplomatic protection while in the U.S. The POTUS responded by making it clear that the state is not paying for the couple’s security.
“I am a great friend and admirer of the Queen & the United Kingdom. It was reported that Harry and Meghan, who left the Kingdom, would reside permanently in Canada. Now they have left Canada for the U.S. however; the U.S. will not pay for their security protection. They must pay!” Trump wrote on Twitter.
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