Prince Harry and Meghan ‘should give up their titles’ to gain freedom
Jeremy Vine caller says Harry and Meghan should ‘give up titles’
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are growing under pressure as King Charles could strip the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex of their royal titles in a drastic move to streamline the Royal Family. Since the Queen died and King Charles rose to the throne, speculations are mounting over what course of action the new monarch will take amid the ongoing row with Harry and Meghan. A caller on Jeremy Vine on 5 said the couple should simply renounce their titles to be free to express their views.
Caller Sophia from London said: “I think that maybe Harry and Meghan should give up those titles simply because they keep using it as this thing they dandle in front of them and say, ‘You can’t speak. You shouldn’t be able to do this because you’ve got those titles’.
“They should be able to say whatever they want to say.
“Everything single day, we see these journalists and the carnival of clowns keep saying lies about them – every single day.
“But it is their right to be able to tell their own story.”
The couple have started their own projects since they stepped down as senior working royals and moved to America, with each of them making – or expected to make – bombshell revelations about their time in the Royal Family.
During the inaugural episode of her Archetypes podcast, Meghan Markle revealed she had never felt the negative connotation behind the word “ambitious” until she started dating her now-husband Prince Harry.
The Duchess also recounted a particularly harrowing moment, recalling an accident that could have injured her son Archie during her and Harry’s 2019 tour of Southern Africa, when her baby was only four months old.
In the Duality of Diva episode with Mariah Carey, she revealed that her romance with Harry changed the way she thought about race, saying that she “started to understand what it was like to be treated like a Black woman” inside the Royal Family.
Prince Harry’s bombshell tell-all memoir, set to hit shelves on January 10, also has the Royal Family worried. His return to Britain is widely expected by royal commentators who believe he could visit to promote his book on a tour across the country around Christmas.
He is also believed to have turned down an invitation from the Royal Family to spend Christmas at Sandringham, breaking a decades-long tradition.
Biographer Angela Levin said, “he turned that down but he’ll go around promoting the book,” as the Royal Family is reportedly dreading the contents of the book.
The Royal Family have spent parts of the Christmas break at the Norfolk residence since the King was a child.
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Ms Levin said: “If the book is coming out January 10, he’s going to come before Christmas, isn’t he?
“And that would really spoil everybody’s Christmas in the family. He’s just turned down the invitation to go to Sandringham – King Charles very much wanted the family to go to Sandringham because that’s where the Queen liked the family to go.”
The claim appeared to have been further corroborated when a royal insider told the Mail: “Put it this way, it’s not going to make for a relaxing family Christmas.”
Adding to speculations that Harry may criticise his family, a royal insider told Mail On Sunday: “The book could spell the end for any relationship Harry wants to have with his family, it’s desperately sad.
“Everyone is bracing themselves for yet another fraught and frantic period at the mercy of the Sussexes.”
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