Prince Harry immigration papers are being pushed for release by a pro-Trump think tank in an effort to deport him due to his previously stated drug use.
Despite Meghan Markle’s enthusiasm for politics, according to Prince Harry, she decided against speaking about it in the first introduction because doing so would be risky.
Prince Harry and His Wife’s Immigration Experience in US
Harry claims that Meghan changed the subject to her seven-year stay in the Commonwealth country of Canada.
According to reports, the Queen looked pleased throughout this exchange.
Meghan made a strong statement about Donald Trump and said she would leave the country if he were elected president when she appeared on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore in America.
The right-wing Heritage Foundation sued the Department of Homeland Security on Monday, demanding the release of Harry’s immigration papers.
It contends that because of the “immense public interest” in his present situation, he should not be given the protections of privacy laws.
‘Spare’ Usage Discussion
The lawsuit was filed just over a month after the group requested documents under the Freedom of documents Act about Harry and his wife Meghan Markle’s admission to the US.
Since its January 10 release, Spare has amassed more than 1.4 million sales in the US, Canada, and the UK.
More subjects are covered in the book, such as the difficulties of growing up in the spotlight and how he and his wife, Meghan Markle, were treated, which prompted them to resign as working royals.
The group contends that Harry is not welcome in the United States because of his memoir’s admissions of drug use.
In 2020, Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan Markle relocated here.
He discusses his usage of cocaine, marijuana, and hallucinogenic mushrooms in his recently released memoir Spare.