Meghan Markle voted in the US midterm elections and proudly shared an image of herself wearing a “I voted” sticker.
The Duchess of Sussex posted a picture of herself on her and Prince Harry’s Archwell Foundation website.
The 41-year-old is seen smiling in a casual beige sweater, denim jeans, blue jacket and baseball cap with the Urshwell logo.
The photo was accompanied by a statement titled “Vote” urging Americans to vote.
The message read, “Today is Election Day in America! It’s time to go out and vote!”
The statement shared some tips for those voting in person, including checking your polling place, bringing the correct ID, and checking your ballot.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also shared a text service number that they claim will help them find their polling place and other information for voters.
“Text ARCHEWELL on 26797 to find your polling place and make sure you are ready to vote,” they said.
In 2020, Duchess Meghan reportedly became the first royal to vote in the US presidential election after conducting an early mail-in ballot.
The Duchess of Sussex claimed she “couldn’t wait” to vote by mail ballot.
“Meghan was American long before she was royalty,” an insider told Page Six.
“She didn’t miss a vote in this election, no matter where she lived.”
A centuries-old tradition obliges members of the British royal family to remain politically neutral and voluntarily refrain from voting.
Prince Harry is not a US citizen and cannot vote.
It’s unclear who Meghan voted for, but she’s hinted in the past that she’s not a fan of Donald Trump.
It appeared Markle was refuting her “Duchess Difficult” label, denouncing it as a “b***h codeword.”
She said the word “difficult” is used to “gaslight” strong women in the ninth and most recent episode of her Archetypes podcast.
Later in the episode, she also laughingly admitted that she needs to “up the game” to raise Archie and Lilibet with Prince Harry.