His controversial memoir shared insight into the tensions between the Duke of Sussex and the company, and led to renewed calls for Harry and his wife Meghan Markle to lose their royal titles.
After stepping down from royal duties three years ago, the couple moved to California, where they are raising their two children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1. With their decision to leave the company, Harry lost several Patron and Army of Honor titles, but retained his dukedom and status alongside the throne.
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According to a survey conducted by Techne on January 25-26, about 66% of 1,624 Britons supported Harry, and his two children were disqualified from the throne. Only 18% believe they should keep their position, and 16% are unsure.
King Charles III does not have the power to remove family members from the line of succession to the throne. An Act of Parliament must be passed to accomplish this.
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