King Charles Urged To Strip Prince Harry And Meghan’s Titles After Omid Scobie’s Book
King Charles is being urged to strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from their titles once and for all. Now that Omid Scobie’s book, Endgame, has reignited the royal race row once again, many critics think it’s time for the King of England to stand up to the Sussexes and take away the last thing that is connecting them with the rest of the royal family: their titles.
Now, whether or not it’s going to happen, remains to be seen though. Keep reading below for everything you need to know.
Royal Family News: King Charles Urged To Strip Harry And Meghan’s Titles After Omid Scobie’s Book
However, if neither the Commons nor the Lords tabled a motion opposing it within 40 days, the report would be presented to the Monarch and the person concerned would lose their title.
Many royal fans and critics alike have commented on the matter with, “It’s well past time for King Charles to put his foot down. I’ve had it. I’m not part of the UK but I do live in a commonwealth country and I’ve supported the Royal Family since I was a child.
I want to see Harry & Meghan held accountable,” along with, “The problem being she will then be ‘The Princess Henry’ so the Americans will call her Princess Meghan and not ‘get’ the whole Not ACTUALLY being a Princess thing. Can he stop that happening too? Can they just be Mr & Mrs?”
Royal Family News: What’s Next For Harry And Meghan?
Another critic wrote, “It’s not going to happen. Even if the bill did go through Parliament, then the House of Lords, back through Parliament before finally being presented to be signed off by the King, it only concerns his ducal title. He will remain a Prince.”
So far Buckingham Palace has not made any comments about the matter. Watch this space.
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