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Meghan Markle and Harry Accused of Dropping the Royal Family


In a new poll, part of the British population accuses Meghan Markle and Harry of abandoning the royal family after giving up their royal titles.

Meghan Markle and Harry’s popularity among the British drops. Since the announcement of the Megxit, polls have been overwhelming them. And their definitive withdrawal from the British royal family would seem to do nothing to help them.

For a part of the population, giving up their royal titles would represent one of the best decisions Archie’s parents could not make. No less than 45% of the people surveyed by Savanta ComRes – a market research consultancy in London – would have approved.

A figure, echoed by our colleagues at Metro on Wednesday 24th February, that Chris Hopkins, associate director of the company, tried to explain: almost half of the public “feels that Harry and Meghan have let down the royal family”.

If these people “support their decision to move away from official royal life”, Chris Hopkins made a statement: “There is a feeling that the public feels that this is the best course of action given the acrimony that has taken place in recent years”.

Savanta ComRes also asked the British if the royal family would be better off without the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. While 31% of those polled said yes, 30% said the opposite, as reported by Metro. “The fact that people are evenly divided on whether or not the Royal Family is better off with Harry and Meghan says a lot about how they are now perceived,” Hopkins said. Before recalling: “The public always feels that Oprah’s interview next month is a step too far, even for the ex-Royals.”

Sussex no longer attracts crowds.

For the first time since the announcement of the Megxit, Meghan Markle and Harry will confide in each other frankly about the “tensions” with the royal family. Those expecting their second child will give an interview to Oprah Winfrey, which will be broadcast on March 7 on the American channel CBS.

While the Sussex would like to expose “their truth”, the public would not want to hear it. According to a YouGov poll, relayed by the Sun, 46% of the 4,334 respondents found the interview inappropriate. The program was taped before Queen Elizabeth II withdrew their patronage on February 19.

Photo credits : Agency / Bestimage

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