A member of the British royal family is speaking out against President Trump's immigration ban.
Lady Amelia Windsor, the Duke of Kent's granddaughter and 36th in line for the throne, posted a telling image on Instagram, that has since been deleted. But here's a screenshot of the image:
"Say it loud, say it clear: 'Refugees are welcome here,'" the image reads. It was posted a couple days after Trump signed an executive order banning citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.
The head-turning social media move came at a big surprise, considering members of the royal family rarely make statements on political and controversial matters.
The 21-year-old beauty, who was dubbed by Tatler as the most beautiful member of the royal family last year, currently attends prestigious Edinburgh University. She also rivals Duchess Kate as the most stylish royal -- she has interned at Chanel and sat front row at some incredible fashion shows, including Dior.
It looks like she and her cousin, Prince Harry, similar views about the American president. A source close to the handsome prince revealed to Us Weekly that the 32-year-old is "not a fan" of the world leader.
"Harry thinks the president is a serious threat to human rights," the source continued. The source also alleged that "Prince William has also privately expressed concern."
President Trump and his wife, Melania, will visit Britain later this year to meet with Queen Elizabeth II, but more than 1.7 million citizens have signed an official petition to rescind the invitation.