A spoof website has been set up claiming Prince Harry is running for vice president.
The joke site, which has the slogan “H for vice president”, urges people to “stand with Harry”.
It follows another parody website claiming his wife Meghan Markle is running for the US presidency.
The prank website, which says he is running for the job held by current US Vice President Kamala Harris, features satirical quotes.
The campaign credits include “saying things” and “listening to Meghan”.
One message says: “Meghan always says ‘kindness is the truth from which beauty stands tall’ – Stand with Harry. Be Beauty.”
While another states: “Meghan says we just need to be kinder to ourselves.”
And another says: “Meghan says the time has come for change.
"We must change. For our children. It is time for change."
The Duke of Sussex, 36, is described on the joke campaign website as a military leader who has signed more than “a hundred documents and letters”, the Sun Online reports.
And it says he has been to Africa “loads of times”.
The site also references Harry and Meghan’s interview with chat show legend Oprah Winfrey.
During the chat, which aired earlier this month, the duke said he felt “trapped” in the Royal Family.
The spoof website says: “Meghan is a wonderful, kind person.
"She has taught me so much. I was trapped, but I didn’t know I was trapped.
“Meghan says it is time to run for Vice President.
"I look forward to sharing the full details of this exciting next step in due course.
“Until then, please accept our deepest thanks for your continued support.
"Let’s get to work."
It comes after reports the US democrats are said to be excited about Meghan and a potential move into politics, with rumours continuing to swirl.
But a royal commentator said the Duchess of Sussex, 39, would have to voluntarily give up her title if she were to run for president of the United States.
Commentator Victoria Arbiter said: “Congress could make an exception but were she to run, it is more likely she would do so as Meghan Markle than as the Duchess of Sussex."
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