Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have teamed up with a former advisor of Hillary Clinton – just days after it was claimed she had political ambitions.
Genevieve Roth was one of former Presidential hopeful Clinton’s main advisors when she ran for office in 2016, holding the position of director of Creative Engagement.
She founded social impact agency the Invisible Hand, which shared a status on LinkedIn revealing they had been working with the Sussex’s Archewell foundation.
In the post, the company said: “Earlier this year, Invisible Hand joined Archewell on their mission to drive systemic culture change across all communities, one act of compassion at a time.”
Harper’s Bazaar claims that the organisation will support the newly formed production agency to make “strategic change through storytelling and community building in support of gender and racial equity.”
Last week we revealed Meghan may be in the running for the 2024 presidential candidacy if Joe Biden doesn’t want to serve for a second term.
A senior source told the Mail On Sunday the Democratic party is “buzzing” about Meghan’s potential political career.
They said that as she is such an eloquent speaker and has a passion for her philanthropy work, it could mean she would be suitable to vie for one of the most important jobs in global politics.
She also reportedly has “ambitions” in the field, the source said, as well as “potential backers” already.
Meghan and Harry first dipped their toes into politics during the 2020 presidential election which saw Joe Biden beat out Donald Trump to the top spot.
The Duchess urged voters to “reject hate speech”, seen as a direct criticism of Trump.
He was so irked by her comments that he has vowed to also run for President if she enters the race.