No limitation of size seems applicable, so we might find the sun to be a valid hosting body subject to bearing an electrostatic charge. Consider that if that charge were negative, then a global traction would be in place to move any excess electron toward the solar surface. And were an ionizing incident upon an atom of hydrogen to remove its electron far enough from its proton so that global traction exceeded the mutual attraction of the effected particles, then the separated electron would migrate toward the solar surface and the proton would move or propagate its charge into the opposite direction: the Solar center!
Evidence is at hand that the sun does indeed present a negative charge. Hence, we should suppose that electrical particles have been following such rearrangement in our sun and other stars as an ongoing process. Other venues of such stable exothermic migration of charged particles into concentric arrays suggest a semipermanent departure from atomic structure of matter throughout the cosmos.
We might not be playing with a full deck unless we are factoring these principles into our science. They seem to implicate solar fusion, polar jets, solar corona, lightning formation and distribution, central galactic bulges and neutrino deficits.