The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had chosen not to address Prince Harry by their royal title when fans called upon the Queen to withdraw it.
Prince William and Kate Middleton wish Harry a happy 36th birthday On twitter on Tuesday.
—— Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) September 15, 2020
Some public figures in Britain have called for the Queen to cancel Prince Harry’s dukedom, as it was announced that he would be embarking on a career in showbusiness.
Harry and Meghan Markle have signed on to produce documentaries, scripted television and family programming for Netflix after resigning from the royal family earlier this year.
“But if they really want to be independent, it seems like they do, they want to live in Hollywood or Santa Barbara and make woke movies or TV shows and make us feel cute and forgetful about everything “Well, Piers Morgan said last week hosting” Good Morning Britain “.
“I don’t just think of a lifetime as a resident of Sussex, I don’t think they should be allowed to hold the titles Duke and Sussex,” he said.
The British newspaper The Daily Express also told readers whether the couple should leave 98% of respondents saying that according to the publication.
However, royal biographer Katie Nicoll already told the insider that this is unlikely to happen, unless the document is Harry’s “right”.
Meanwhile, Evening Standard’s royal editor, Robert Jobs, also told Insider: “The queen decided to honor Harry by making him the royal duke on her wedding day.
“He is, and always will be, a prince – Diya. He is the second son of the heir to the throne.”
Kensington Palace did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment for this article.
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