Have your say: Should Harry and Meghan lose their royal titles?

Brenda Watkins
September 27, 2020

The Duchess' appearance on the show came after Meghan and Harry made their first USA primetime TV appearance on Tuesday (September 22) evening, when they appeared on ABC's TIME100 special.

The findings come after the duke and duchess took part in a video for Time 100, in which they called on Americans to vote in the upcoming U.S. election.

The data showed that 68 per cent of Britons think that the couple should have their titles as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex taken from them.

A total of 63 per cent agreed Meghan, although American, should not be commenting on USA politics.

Many saw the couple's commments as critical of President Trump, though their spokesperson said they did not refer to any specific political party or candidate, but were instead "a call for decency".

A total of 63% agreed that Meghan should not be commenting on USA politics despite the fact she's American, while 35% agreed that the duchess "wants to be president of the United States one day".

Harry, who is not a U.S. citizen, mentioned that he will not be able to vote this year before noting that he has also never voted in the United Kingdom as royals are typically expected to remain politically neutral.

"What happens when Harry says no Meghan I am actually going to put the sanctity of the institution that I was brought up in first?" he went on to say.

She said: "We're six weeks out from the election, and today is Voter Registration Day".

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Buckingham Palace also distanced itself from Harry's remarks by saying that "the Duke is not a working member of the royal family" and describing his comments as "made in a personal capacity".

Looks like Meghan Markle is considering getting involved in politics-and might even consider a future presidential run.

Today it emerged Harry and Meghan's last official tour as members of the Royal Family cost British taxpayers nearly a quarter of a million pounds.

The talent show contestant was wrongfully incarcerated for 37 years in prison and was finally released last March.

Its November issue now features the Duchess of Sussex - who has not collaborated - on the cover, with an interview with her biographer Omid Scobie.

Speaking to the singer, she said: 'Hi Archie! "But this one is", Meghan said.

The Duchess of Sussex told singer Archie Williams their family's been rooting for him.

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

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