Calls for King Charles to STRIP Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of Sussex title
Urges King Charles to strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of their Royal Duke and Duchess of Sussex titles after showing their ‘dislike of the monarchy’ on the Netflix series
- Harry claimed he told dad they would give up the Sussex title if the Megxit went wrong
- But nearly three years later, Harry and Meghan haven’t returned it to King
- Expert Robert Jobson said: ‘Certainly it is time the Crown took up his offer’
Harry and Meghan’s clear “dislike” for the royal family must now result in them relinquishing their Sussex title – or face it being taken by King Charles or Parliament, a royal expert has claimed.
The monarch’s youngest son revealed on his Netflix series that he had told his father that he and Meghan were ready to give up their Sussex title if the Megxit didn’t pan out.
But more than two and a half years later, and after spending six hours ravaging his family on TV last week, calls are mounting for the couple to lose their royal duchy.
Royal expert and biographer Robert Jobson said today: “Harry claims in his Netflix docu-series that he offered to relinquish his title of Duke of Sussex. Given his and his wife’s dislike of our constitutional monarchy, it is surely time for the Crown to accept his offer. The title was conferred in anticipation of service to the crown and country.
Harry and Meghan’s clear “dislike” for the British royal family must now result in them giving back their Sussex title, a royal expert has claimed
MPs have also planned a change in the law previously used to take titles from war traitors, accusing the Sussexes of “moneying up misery” and using their titles to rake in more than £100million from corporate deals.
That’s according to a survey by The Sun newspaper 93 percent of people said Harry and Meghan should be stripped of their titles. Only four percent said they should keep them.
Kate curtseyed to the king at Westminster Abbey last night
Last week, a senior government minister described the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as “clearly a very troubled couple”, though one faced “unacceptable” press intrusion, and said viewers should boycott Netflix.
Labor Secretary Guy Opperman told BBC Question Time: “I would urge everyone to boycott Netflix and make sure we actually focus on the things that matter.” A Downing Street spokesman said only: “It’s up to the public to know which channels she wants to see”.
Conservative backbencher Bob Seely has said he plans to introduce legislation that could eventually strip the pair of their royal titles.
The Isle of Wight MP suggested he could introduce a short private members bill in the new year which could give the Privy Council the power to downgrade their status.
Describing it as a “political problem,” he said, “Not only is he destroying his family and monetizing his misery for public consumption, he is also attacking some important institutions in this country.”
Harry and William’s relationship doesn’t seem to have any real hope of surviving the latest Netflix lockdown.
Harry told what happened behind the scenes when the Queen called Charles, William and Harry to Sandringham almost three years ago to resolve the Sussexes’ future plans after they issued a statement they wished to step down as senior royals.
William, Kate, George and Charlotte were cheered and greeted with “We love you” chants as they stuck to their jobs following Harry and Meghan’s non-stop TV attacks
He described William’s dealings with him and accused his father Charles of saying things that were not true, but said the Queen remained passive.
“It was terrifying that my brother was yelling and yelling at me and my father was saying things that just weren’t true. And my grandmother, you know, just sit there and record it all,” Harry said.
“But you have to understand that from the family’s perspective, especially theirs, there are ways of doing things and their ultimate, kind of mission, goal/responsibility is the institution.”
Harry said he was given five options ranging from “all in, no change” to “all out,” and he chose option three: “half in, half out.”
“It became clear very quickly that this goal was not up for discussion or debate,” he added.
The time of the meeting was deliberately arranged so that Meghan could not attend.
Harry also claimed his brother’s office, Kensington Palace, has shared negative stories, just like his father’s in the past, and said it was “heartbreaking” to see something he and William vowed they’d “never do.” ” would.