This is the one thing that the Queen has banned Meghan Markle from talking about
We're not surprised.
As we all know, being a member of the British comes with fame and money.
But it also comes with a lot rules and regulations.
These can be tricky enough to follow if you didn't grow up surrounded by royalty.
Which explains why Meghan Markle is still on a journey in terms of carving out her royal life.
The Duchess has always been an activist, fighting for women's rights since she was a child.
However, Katie Nicholl, author of Harry: Life, Loss and Love, reckons that if Meghan Markle starts getting political she’ll be in trouble.
The royal expert said:
"There’s no problem with Meghan speaking out on feminism, social justice and equality issues, but if she starts getting political she’ll be in hot water."
"The Queen is politically neutral. She expects her family to do the same."
Makes sense, members of the royal family can't really be seen to sway political opinion.
In 2016, Meghan Markle actively supported Hilary Clinton's bid for the presidency of the US.
She has also worked as an ambassador for United Nations Women and the charity World Vision.
However, while they must keep away from the politics, it seems as though the whole family shares an interest in activism.
Meghan has previously said:
"Harry and I see the world so similarly in our approach of being very hands-on with things."