Reports emerged this week that suggested Meghan Markle is preparing a possible presidential bid for 2024.
The rumor started when British newspaper the Mail on Sunday reported that the Duchess of Sussex was networking with key figures from the Democratic Party.
Now Meghan’s presidential odds are even being considered by bookmakers.
The news follows Meghan and Prince Harry‘s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this month, which has led to unprecedented scrutiny of the royal family amid claims of racism and a lack of support for the couple.
So, what are the odds? Bookmakers are offering odds on the duchess to win the 2024 presidential election, but not on whether or not she will announce her candidacy formally.
A spokesperson from odds aggregator Covers told Newsweek that bookmakers were divided on how to price Meghan becoming commander-in-chief.
“One site has the duchess as short as 66-1 [an implied chance of 1.5%] while others consider her a massive underdog at 200-1 [0.5% implied chance],” the spokesperson said.
SkyBet has the lowest odds on the former Suits star at 66-1, while Betfred is offering 200-1.
Would it even be possible for Meghan to run for president? Well, yes, the former actress technically meets all the requirements—she is over the age of 35 and is a…