Meghan Markle and Prince Harry should be stripped of all royal titles and favoritism, according to an survey.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their plans to resign from the senior royals over a year ago.

To celebrate the anniversary, the British portal Megxitu conducted a survey of how residents of Great Britain perceived a couple. The poll showed that the British were strongly opposed to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex maintaining any royal relations.

The first question was, “Should Harry and Meghan keep their royal titles?” 92 percent of the respondents voted “no,” 7 percent. Yes versus only 1%. He has no opinion on this.

When the couple bounced back, it was decided that they could no longer use the titles of His Majesty / Her Majesty but would still be known as The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The second question related to the military titles that the prince stripped of them after his separation from the royal family was: Will the Queen return Harry to his three military titles? The vast majority (89%) responded with a (No) 9%. – Yes, and 2 percent. Of the respondents, they chose the “I don’t know” option.

The third question was whether Megan and Harry should maintain their sponsorship of various charities, which became possible thanks to the contract concluded with Elizabeth II at a time called Megsetto. In this matter, as much as 90 percent. Rating of “no,” 7 percent. “Yes,” the answer chose 3 percent. – “I do not know”.

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Readers explained in the comments why they think Megan and Harry should be stripped of all titles and sponsorships. One reader said, “They decided that they were leaving the royal family to go their own way and demanded privacy. Now they are in all the media and making millions from the past that they do not want to do anything with it”, referring to: in. For their contract with the Netflix platform.

Another internet user wrote, “Pure hypocrisy and greed. Take their nicknames.”

The survey, attended by 25,974 readers, was conducted from January 15-20, 2021. / Agata C.