Now, a YouGov poll for The Times has found that 44 per cent of the people question believed that Harry should have his royal title taken away, while 32 per cent didn't agree.
The couple starred in the first of their Netflix productions this yearAngela Weiss/AFP via Getty
There were more questions posed as part of the poll too, with 44 per cent of people saying they had sympathy for Prince William and Catherine, with just 17 per cent saying they had sympathy for Harry and Meghan.
Tom Quinn, the author of Kensington Palace: An Intimate Memoir from Queen Mary to Meghan Markle, said: “I’m only surprised that the documentary didn’t do more damage to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. I found it painful to watch – it made you realise they are lost souls. It is extraordinary that they feel this will somehow improve things for them.
“I’m not at all surprised that people have more sympathy for the Prince and Princess of Wales because they are doing the classic thing of being stoical. They are not complaining about Harry."
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