Australians have weighed in on the return of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to the royal family after the Queen’s death, and they’re not happy about it.
In a survey conducted on the exclusive news.com.au text platform, where subscribers can receive direct updates from our team of royal reporters and experts, respondents were extremely unhappy that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had returned to the side of the royal family following the couple’s dramatic departure from the firm. .
Answering the question “Are you excited to see Harry and Meghan back in the royal family?” 10 times more respondents answered “no” than those who were glad to see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex again.
Those who were in favor of returning Sussex seemed to be more interested in seeing the prince return to royal duty than his wife, with several respondents making the distinction.
“Yes, but Harry, NOT Megan,” one of the subscribers replied.
“Yes, with my family, but not as royalty,” said another.
Others spoke about the reasons for their dissatisfaction with the couple.
“Not after what they did. It’s too late, you can’t get your cake and eat it,” one of them said.
The Sussexes also generated a lot of interest from subscribers to news.com.au royal texts news updates during a live Q&A session with royal reporter Bronte Coy who answered subscribers’ questions while reporting in London.
During the two-hour question-and-answer session, the most frequently asked questions related to Princes Harry and Andrew’s permission to wear military uniforms during an official event in memory of the Queen.
Coy told followers before the backflip Palace allowed the couple to wear their uniforms, Harry had a lot of support among the crowd on the ground.
“I was talking to a lot of people the other day on exactly this subject before the Palace stepped back and said that Harry could wear his uniform, and it certainly seems like Harry got a lot of support on this,” Coy said.
“Both Andrew and Harry will now wear military uniforms during separate vigils in honor of the Queen at Westminster Hall as a sign of respect for the Queen. Harry was initially denied the opportunity, but officials appear to have succumbed to public pressure.”
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