• Meghan Markle reportedly wants to run for president someday
  • The Duchess of Sussex allegedly dropped signs that she couldn't adjust well with the royal life just days after her wedding
  • Prince Harry and Markle's trademark application for Archewell is still pending

Meghan Markle has political ambitions and wants to join the presidential race one day, according to Lady Colin Campbell.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to the United States after they carried out their final royal engagement. They are occupying a secluded place in Los Angeles with their son, Archie.

However, according to Campbell, 70, the move to the U.S. was part of Markle’s plan because she wants to be the president someday.

“'I know the Duchess of Sussex has political ambitions and I've been told that one day she wants to run for President,” Campbell told FEMAIL.

“I think everything she is doing, leaving the royal family and moving back to California is part of her plan and she has taken Harry along with her.”

Campbell has been making statements about the Sussexes in her previous interviews. She told The Sunday Times that Markle dropped “warning signs” just days after joining the royal family.

She was referring to Markle’s attendance at Prince Charles’ 70th garden party four days after her royal wedding. Campbell said she was told Markle wanted to leave after her photo was taken because she was bored.

“We were all horrified,” Campbell said.

“It was a warning sign Meghan was not going to adjust as well as she’d hoped.” Who else was at the dinner? “Darling, you know I can’t answer that, you naughty girl! Let me put it this way: if I told you, you would jump for joy.”

The “Diana in Private” author confessed that she has not met Markle, but feels that it is an advantage because it allows her to be “ruthlessly impartial” towards the duchess.

“I neither like nor dislike her, but I do feel that she has squandered the most wonderful opportunity,” she said of Markle.

In related news, Prince Harry and Markle’s Archewell trademark application is still pending. The Sun reported that it was “rejected” because it was vague and was not signed by the royal couple. The Sussexes released a statement to set the record straight.

“It’s misleading to say that Archewell’s trademark applications were rejected -- the applications are live and pending, and do not need to be refiled or restarted,” The Sussex Media said in an email to International Business Times.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle are pictured. POOL/TOBY MELVILLE