Meghan Markle gets backing in US Presidential Election 2024 odds

Meghan Markle appeals to punters in US 2024 Presidential Election market

Meghan Markle/ Duchess of Sussex ©imago images / Paul Marriott 23.04.2020

Punters are already able to look beyond the 2020 US Election by leapfrogging forward a further four years.

In the 2024 US Presidential Election winner market, there has reportedly been a growing interest in Meghan Markle taking office at the White House.

US Presidential Election 2024

Mike Pence 6/1
Joe Biden 8/1
Donald Trump 16/1
Kamala Harris 16/1
Ivanka Trump 25/1
Nikki Haley 33/1
Andrew Cuomo 33/1
Michelle Obama 33/1
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez 33/1
Pete Buttigieg 50/1
Amy Klobuchar 50/1
Andrew Yan 66/1
Stacey Abrams 66/1
Bernie Sanders 66/1
Joe Kennedy III 66/1
Marco Rubio 66/1
100/1 bar
* (betting odds taken from Ladbrokes at 23:34 GMT on Wednesday 22nd April 2020)

Markle still a long-shot in the market

The current price of Meghan Markle winning the US Presidential Election 2024 is out there at 100/1* (betting odds taken from Ladbrokes at 23:22 GMT on Wednesday 22nd April 2020).

That leaves her in the range of Dwayne Johnson, Oprah Winfrey, Hilary Clinton and Kanye West.

Independence sparks interest

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently declared their independence from the British Monarchy and that is clearly something to do with any betting interest on the American getting into the race.

The former ‘Suits’ actress Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is still a US citizen.

She was working at claiming her British citizenship, but that is not a quick process not even for someone marrying into royalty.

Prince Harry and Meghan have been living in North America this year, falling under President Donald Trump’s radar when they moved to California.

Trump weighed in out of the blue saying that the country wouldn’t pay for their security.

So, Meghan for President?

It seems a long shot. Current vice-president Mike Pence is the market leader at 6/1 with the 2020 Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden at 8/1, the only two names currently in single figures* (betting odds taken from Ladbrokes at 23:34 GMT on Wednesday 22nd April 2020).