"This election I am not able to vote in the US".
Over the past few weeks, Markle has taken part in multiple interviews and summits - having reportedly grown "frustrated" at her inability to get involved in politics while she was working as a senior royal.
"I would say this - and she has probably has heard that - I wish a lot of luck to Harry because he's going to need it", Trump said. In the months since, with the US ramping up for election season, Meghan and Harry have turned their focus to the issue of voter registration.
This week, feminist activist Gloria Steinem revealed that Markle had joined her in cold-calling Americans and urging them to vote.
Meghan and Harry haven't actually endorsed any candidate in the election, despite Trump being informed that they had.
Mr Trump's comments after the couple urged Americans to "reject hate speech" and to vote in the upcoming election.
While neither Harry nor Meghan expliticly stated their support for either candidate in the upcoming election, it's pretty clear that a political statement is being made, nonetheless.
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"Meghan loves being a mom, and seeing how happy and complete Harry is with Archie by his side is richly rewarding for her", the source said.
"As we approach this November, it's vital that we reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity", Harry said.
If Markle remains true to her prior words, the public may have to wave goodbye to the couple as they venture up north once more depending on the results of the next election.
Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace has responded with rather telling feedback. "Meghan's confident a second child will be perfectly manageable on a practical level and will bring them even more love and joy".
Trump prompted grumbling on this side of the Atlantic when he commented on the last British election, just days before Britons went to the polls.
FILE - In this Monday, March 9, 2020 file photo, Britain's Harry and Meghan the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive to attend the annual Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London.
"Tonight reminds us of how important it is to watch out for each other, to care for each other and to inspire each other", Harry added.
"We would not comment".