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Do you think Harry and Meghan should be stripped of their royal titles? Vote here and tell us why…

Do you think Harry and Meghan should be stripped of their royal titles? Vote here and tell us why…

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Since Harry and Meghan announced their departure from the monarchy, many have questioned whether or not they should be stripped of their royal titles.

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Do you think Harry and Meghan should be stripped of their royal titles?

  • Yes 37119 votes
  • no 1416 votes
  • Undecided 414 votes

The couple first made the shocking announcement that they would be stepping down from royal duties on January 8, 2020.

They wrote in a joint statement at the time that they had reached the decision after “many months of reflection and internal consultation”.

They continued by saying they wanted to ‘work to become financially independent, while continuing to fully support Her Majesty the Queen’.

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The statement continued: “This geographic balance allows us to raise our son with an appreciation for the royal tradition he was born into, while also giving our family room to focus on the next chapter, including the launch of our new charity. entity.’

Since then, the issue of their titles has become increasingly pressing as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have continued to make attacks on the royal family – starting with the Oprah interview, then a Netflix documentary, and finally the release of Harry’s memoir, which he has promoted in a series of interviews.

The couple first announced they would be stepping down from royal duties in 2020

The couple first announced they would be stepping down from royal duties in 2020

The couple first announced that they would step down from their royal duties in 2020

The Duke, 38, addressed the issue himself during his telling interview with 60 Minutes, suggesting the pair have no intention of giving up status as it “wouldn’t make a difference”.

Anderson Cooper asked, “Why don’t you renounce your titles as Duke and Duchess?”

Prince Harry replied, “And what would that matter?”

This statement contradicts Harry’s previous claims in his Netflix docuseries, in which he and Meghan told King Charles that they would relinquish their royal titles if their departure failed.

The prince, 38, addressed the burning question surrounding his and his wife's royal titles during a new, revealing interview with 60 Minutes, which aired on Sunday

The prince, 38, addressed the burning question surrounding his and his wife's royal titles during a new, revealing interview with 60 Minutes, which aired on Sunday

The prince, 38, addressed the burning question surrounding his and his wife’s royal titles during a new, revealing interview with 60 Minutes, which aired on Sunday

During the series, he said that by the time he spoke to his father Charles from Canada for Christmas 2019, the family knew they wanted to leave.

Discussing the initial conversations, he added, “My dad said, ‘Can you write it down?’

Harry said he’d rather not, but relented, adding: “He said he couldn’t do anything unless it was put down on paper.” I put it in emails.”

Above footage of Meghan sighing, Harry said he texted on January 1, 2 and 3.

The duke adds: ‘In one I said that if it didn’t work out we would be prepared to give up our Sussex titles if it were necessary. That was the plan.’

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