A majority of Britons think Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should lose their royal titles if the duke’s next memoir attacks the royal family, a new poll suggests. In an exclusive poll by Techne on Express.co.uk, 59% said they would beat the two if the reveal-all book (titled Spare, out next year) is critical of the monarchy. It turns out the answer is that they shouldn’t be called the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
A poll of 1,625 UK adults conducted on 9-10 November found that around 25% said ‘no’ and 15% said ‘don’t know’.
The data show that all age groups are largely united on this issue.
About 62% of those aged 18 to 34 said the Sussexes should lose their titles if Harry’s memoir criticized the royal family, compared with 57% of those 64 and older.
Meanwhile, 58% of Tories and 59% of Labor voted for Harry and Meghan to be stripped of their titles if Spare attacks the royal family.
60% and 58% of Remain and Brexit voters said they were in favor of Sussex losing the title if the content of the book was negative about the monarchy.
Speculation abounds about the content of Spare, which opens worldwide on January 10th, with the phrase “heirs and spares” in the title.
That’s after Harry and Meghan, who live in the United States after stepping down from royal duties in 2020, made a number of shocking claims about the royal family in the wake of Megxit.
The royal family prepares for a new revelation in the duke’s memoirs just months into King Charles’ reign.
There have been reports that the release date has been pushed back due to Harry making an 11 hour change.
The 38-year-old’s long-awaited book promises “raw, unflinching honesty.”
A press release last month by publisher Penguin Random House said: Horror.
“When Princess Diana of Wales was buried, billions of people wondered what the princes must be thinking and feeling, and how their lives would unfold from that point on. rice field.
“For Harry, this is his story, at last. With raw, unflinching honesty, Sparr turns to insight, revelation, self-examination, and hard-earned wisdom about the eternal power of love over grief. It is a full and groundbreaking publication.”
That happens as Harry and Meghan pursue a new life away from the California monarchy.
The Duke is embroiled in an ongoing rift with his brother, Prince William, and has a troubled relationship with his father, Charles.
Harry announced last year that he was writing a memoir with ghostwriter JR Mohringer.
He said at the time, “I’m not writing this as the prince I was born to be, but as the man I became.
“I have worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively. I hope I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.
“I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I have learned in my life so far, and I am thrilled that people will read an accurate and completely truthful first-hand account of my life. I have.”