Meghan Markle accused of breaking royal protocol after the Irish senator claims that they are praised abortion referendum result



The politician proposes to Meghan Markle supports abortion votes

Meghan Markle using a recently in a referendum in Ireland to legalize abortion. Catherine No one, a senator in Dublin placed Markle the comments on the recent vote on Twitter.

Meghan Markle apparently broke royal protocol when she and Prince Harry were on their first foreign trip as a married couple.

The newly appointed Duchess of Sussex was busy meeting-and-greeting various guests of the British Ambassador to Ireland’s residence on Tuesday when she allegedly broke an important rule: not political.

According to the Irish senator Catherine No one, that was one of the leaders of the recent referendum to legalize abortion in Ireland, Meghan expressed her support for No one efforts.

In a since-deleted tweet captured by the Irish Sun, No one said, “A pleasure to meet Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex on the British Ambassador’s residence this evening. The Duchess and I had a conversation about the recent referendum – they watched with interest and was pleased with the result.”

No one was quick to come back on her tweet as many former members of the royal family are obliged to refrain from making political statements.

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— Frank Johnson (@franjohnson_ie) July 11, 2018

“I deleted because it was accidentally misleading – the Duchess was not, in any case, politically,” she later tweeted.

The british Prince Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex to participate in a Summer y at the residence of the British Ambassador in Dublin, Ireland, Tuesday 10 July 2018. The royal couple on a two day visit to Ireland.


A rep for the royal family told Fox News they had no comment.

The royal couple will also visit the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association, the scene of the Bloody Sunday massacre committed by British troops against civilians in 1920 during their Ireland trip.

Harry said Tuesday that he hoped to take the opportunity to reflect on the “difficult passages” in the history between Britain and Ireland.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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