There was widespread concern in royal circles last night after the Duchess of Sussex told The Mail On Sunday that she'd had a likeness of leftie Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, tattooed on her chest.
In yesterday's edition, she revealed: "I've always been a bit left of centre in my political outlook, and I know Harry's a bit that way, too.
"So, I thought it would be a great idea to have the left-wing firebrand, Jeremy Corbyn, inked across my chest.
"I was going to have, Workers of The World Unite, done in a scroll underneath, but I didn't have enough money on me.
"I can't wait to see Harry's face when I take my togs off tonight and he sees Jezza's face emblazoned on my threepenny bits!"
Meghan's revelation evokes memories of the storm surrounding the Queen Mother's full length, 'hunting scene' tattoo, which she had inked on her back pre-wedding in 1923.
The 'back piece' cost her 11/6d in old money, and included 7 horses with riders, and depicted the fox's tail disappearing into her arse crack.