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Meghan Markle has been tipped to be the saviour of American politics as commentators say she’ll run for office.

The former Duchess of Sussex is rumoured to be planning a run for office like fellow actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and it’s hoped she’ll renew faith in politics after the disaster that has been Donald Trump.

Meghan, 39, was even said to have been considered as the state’s replacement senator after Kamala Harris became the new US Vice President, before the role went elsewhere.

Democratic Party strategist Mike Trujillo suggested that Meghan and Prince Harry’s Archewell Foundation could provide a “vehicle” for her to move into politics.

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Meghan Markle is being tipped to save American politics

Arnold Schwarzenegger ran for office

Speaking to The Sun he said: “Schwarzenegger had a big after-school foundation. That’s what introduced him to politics.

“She’s putting her toe in the water. Then your foot is in, next you’re knee-deep, and then you are fully in.”

The news of her political potential comes after she won her High Court legal battle against the publisher of Mail On Sunday in her privacy claim against the newspaper.

Meghan, who is reportedly keen to extend her family with Prince Harry, was suing British publisher Associated Newspapers over five articles published in the Mail On Sunday which featured letters exchanged between herself and her father, Thomas Markle, 76.

Meghan was suing a publisher over extracts of a letter she wrote to her father Thomas Markle

Judge Lord Justice Warby ruled in the 39 year old’s favour on Thursday, granting her “summary judgment”.

He said: “The claimant had a reasonable expectation that the contents of the letter would remain private. The Mail articles interfered with that reasonable expectation.”

Meghan Markle has penned an emotional message on what would have been Caroline Flack's 41st birthday

The judge said the “disclosures were manifestly excessive and hence unlawful”

The judge continued by explaining that “the only tenable justification for any such interference was to correct some inaccuracies about the letter,” which was published in an article in People magazine and featured an interview with five of her friends – who were described by the publication as “Meghan’s inner circle – a longtime friend, a former co-star, a friend from LA, a one-time colleague and a close confidante”.

He went on: “The inescapable conclusion is that, save to the very limited extent I have identified, the disclosures made were not a necessary or proportionate means of serving that purpose.

“For the most part they did not serve that purpose at all. Taken as a whole the disclosures were manifestly excessive and hence unlawful.”

The justice also found that the publication of the private letter infringed on the wife of Prince Harry’s copyright.

However, Mr Justice Warby added that the issue of whether she was “the sole author” of the letter or “co-author” with former communications secretary to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Jason Knauf, would need to be determined at a trial.

He explained there would be another hearing in March this year to decide “the next steps” in the legal action.

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