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Meghan Markle and Harry’s retraining is not won


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Since the Megxit, the British would no longer be interested in Meghan Markle and Harry. According to the revelations of L’Express, the magazines that put them on the covers would not sell.

When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry slammed the door of the Buckingham palace, the couple thought they were free again. In the end, little Archie’s parents were not at the end of their troubles. When they left their royal duties, they lost their popularity.

According to the results of the latest Royal Favourability Tracker poll, as reported in L’Express, the score of the former Sussex has never been so low. A sharp drop in popularity that comes as no surprise to Ingrid Seward, the editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine.

“I think the British feel that Harry has abandoned us, and Meghan is probably the reason he did,” she explained in the Royally Obsessed podcast. Since then, few people would give them much importance.

The lives of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry no longer matter, to Ingrid Seward’s regret. The sales of her magazine Majesty would be very low when the lovebirds make the front page. “We stopped putting Harry and Meghan on the cover some time ago.

It wasn’t selling,” the editor-in-chief said, sorry, still on the same show. She said our colleagues at Hello! magazine would make the same observation. However, the royal expert “would like to have them on the cover”, especially since there are “beautiful pictures of them” but “it doesn’t seem to be working”.

On the other hand, host Roberta Fiorito does not share her opinion. “It’s interesting because I have the impression that their popularity here has skyrocketed.” In the United States, Meghan Markle and Harry would have the wind in their sails.

The end of a business

Since the announcement of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s decision, souvenir stores have been left with unsaleable goodies under their arms. “Tourists used to love these Sussex artifacts, but in recent weeks sales have plummeted.

They no longer interest customers,” Bashir, a shopkeeper on Camden High Street, laments in the 20 Minutes columns. Just a few months ago, “American tourists, happy to have a princess from their home in the British Crown, were robbing stocks”.

All her products with their effigy “went like hotcakes”. A French expatriate living in London has a first explanation for this lack of interest. The Sussex “made an affront to the Queen, they disrespected the crown and the obligations attached to it”. So, “the English are not about to forgive them”.

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