December 4, 2023

REPORT: Commons Will Be Told to Strip Harry and Meghan of Royal Titles

The Royal Family is having a bit of a tough month.

All sorts of scandalous reports have been hitting the news lately, from salacious rumors to secrets of King Charles to racist accusations.

Now, another report is hitting that Parliament is considering using its “nuclear option” to strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of their royal titles.

Ban Them

Bob Seely, the Isle of Wight MP, is looking to adapt First World War-era laws that were meant to strip British titles from German nobles.

This comes from accusations levied by author Omid Scobie’s new book, “Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival.”

A Dutch translation of the book names King Charles and Kate Middleton as the royals who questioned the skin color of Prince Archie, the son of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

Seely immediately called out the accusation, calling it “poisonously insidious.” He went on to say that sources close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have stated they are not the source of the allegations, stating, “I suspect that few people will believe such denials.”

He added, “Of all the damaging insults to throw, 'racism' is the most poisonously insidious, guaranteed to leave a whiff of stigma and impossible to prove when false. It is the catch-all slur of the modern era.”

Harry and Meghan no longer use their “Royal Highness” titles, and according to polling, 51% of the people believe their titles should be revoked, so this move by Seely, while it will have resistance, should warrant overall approval.

These two have been an utter nightmare for the Royal Family, with Meghan clearly influencing Harry to the “woke” side of the world.

In an unprecedented move, Harry and Meghan relocated to the United States, but the drama they seemed to thrive on followed them here as well.

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