Two-thirds of Britons believe Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should have royal titles withdrawn

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More than two-thirds of Britons believe Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should have their royal titles revoked, a new poll suggests.

The Tatler magazine study also showed that the majority of those polled believed the Duchess of Sussex, 39, should not comment on US policy.

It comes as the couple were criticized this week for taking part in a Time 100 video urging Americans to vote, which was seen as critical of President Donald Trump, although the Tatler inquiry was conducted last month.

The data, collected by research firm Savanta Comres, interviewed 4,174 UK adults, taking only the results of those who expressed an opinion when interviewed.

More than two-thirds of Britons believe Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, pictured in a Time 100 video urging Americans to vote, should have their royal titles stripped, a new poll suggests.

He revealed that 68% agreed that Harry, 36, and Meghan should have their titles as Duke and Duchess of Sussex withdrawn, following their resignation from royal life and move to the United States.

A total of 63% agreed that Meghan, although American, should not comment on American policy.

And 35% agreed that the Duchess “wants to one day be president of the United States”.

Harry and Meghan’s video message urging Americans to vote, which implied they supported Democrat Joe Biden, drew criticism from President Donald Trump.

The data, collected by research firm Savanta Comres, interviewed 4,174 UK adults, taking only the results of those who expressed an opinion when interviewed. He revealed that 68% agreed that Harry, 36, and Meghan should have their titles as Duke and Duchess of Sussex withdrawn, following their resignation from royal life and move to the United States. Photographed during their final UK engagement in March

The data, collected by research firm Savanta Comres, interviewed 4,174 UK adults, taking only the results of those who expressed an opinion when interviewed. He revealed that 68% agreed that Harry, 36, and Meghan should have their titles as Duke and Duchess of Sussex withdrawn, following their resignation from royal life and move to the United States. Photographed during their final UK engagement in March

Speaking from the White House podium on Wednesday, the president said: “I’m not a fan of his… I would say this – and she probably heard that – I wish Harry the best of luck because he’s going to have some.” need. he.’

The Sussexes, now in their $ 14 billion mansion in Santa Barbara, made their remarks just weeks before the Nov. 3 election, with Americans in some states already heading to the polls.

Harry urged people to ‘reject hate speech’ while Meghan called it ‘the most important election of our lives’ in remarks that made waves on both sides of the Atlantic.

Royal insiders have expressed concern in Britain where the Queen and her family are expected to remain politically neutral at all times, with one claiming Harry and Meghan have ‘crossed a line’.

Meghan made a surprise appearance in America's Got Talent season finale yesterday to video message singer Archie Williams, who was wrongfully jailed for 36 years until his release last year

Meghan made a surprise appearance in the America’s Got Talent season finale yesterday to video message singer Archie Williams, who was wrongfully jailed for 36 years until his release last year

Buckingham Palace has also distanced itself from Harry’s remarks by saying “the Duke is not an active member of the Royal Family” and describing his comments as “made in a personal capacity”. .

Today it emerged on Harry and Meghan’s last official tour as the royals cost UK taxpayers nearly a quarter of a million pounds.

The results of the Tatler investigation are contained in the November issue of the magazine

The results of the Tatler investigation are contained in the November issue of the magazine

Royal accounts released today show £ 245,643 was spent on scheduled flights and a private jet for the couple and those around them on the high profile trip to South Africa, Botswana, Angola and Malawi in the fall last, making it the most expensive royal trip of the year. .

Yesterday, Meghan made a surprise appearance during the season finale of America’s Got Talent to video message singer Archie Williams, who was wrongfully jailed for 36 years until his release last year.

As Williams finished in the bottom half of the Top 10, her story touched the heart of the Duchess of Sussex, who appeared in a surprise video from her home.

Speaking to the singer, she said: “Hi Archie! I just wanted to let you know that we were so moved by your story and that we cheer you on every week.

Meghan joked that her support for Williams was ‘not just because we love the name’, linking the singer’s name to that of her 16-month-old son Archie.

The results of the Tatler survey are contained in the November issue of the magazine, available on newsstands and for digital download next Thursday.

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