Meghan Markle slammed for ‘wading into politics by promoting Trump-hating celebs’ in ‘left-wing’ edition of British Vogue


MEGHAN was accused of wading into politics — and breaking royal protocol — by creating a special “left-wing” edition of Vogue.

The Duchess, 37, used her stint as guest editor on the magazine to promote socialist pals including Trump haters and anti-royalists.

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On the cover Meghan Markle lauds 15 women known for their Leftie views[/caption]

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Meghan, 37, used her stint as guest editor on the magazine to promote socialist pals including Trump haters and anti-royalists[/caption]

On the cover she lauds 15 women known for Leftie  views.

They include New Zealand’s PM Jacinda Ardern who wants a debate on axing the Queen as head of state, and actress Jameela Jamil who once mocked the monarch’s breasts.

Also in the group is author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, who called for Meghan, not Charles, to be the next Head of the Commonwealth.

A foil “mirror” takes the  place of one picture so readers can reflect on how they too can “effect change”.

The magazine has sparked a storm of protest, with critics reminding Meghan that royals must remain neutral at all times.

Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe said: “Royals have not only got to keep out of politics but they have got to be seen to keep out of politics.”

Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, said: “The Duchess of Sussex has done a huge favour for the House of Conde Naste (Vogue’s publisher) and rather less for the House of Windsor.”

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New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern has criticised Donald Trump and asked for a debate on shelving Queen as head of state[/caption]

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Actress, Jameela Jamil 33, said of the Queen’s breasts after meeting her: ‘It’s like a bottom on her chest. They’re gigantic’[/caption]


Greta Thunberg was behind youth climate change protests but has been accused of promoting a violent organisation[/caption]

Meghan, who is not on the cover, says she spent the past seven months working on the magazine.

This is despite her claim in June that she was too busy with baby Archie to meet Mr Trump.

She adds: “I hope readers feel as inspired as I do.”

British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful boasts: “She is willing to wade into complex  areas.”

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81-year-old Jane Fonda is a supporter of the #MeToo movement and is an anti-war protester and women’s rights campaigner[/caption]

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Transgender actress and LGBTQIA+ advocate Laverne Cox has hit out at Trump’s bid to ‘ban us from the military’[/caption]

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