Prince Harry and his wife, former actress Meghan Markle, have earned a great rejection from the public in the United States, country where they currently reside since 2022. The level of rejection is so great, that the couple would be opting to go back to England.
It is no secret that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are well aware that their image has been damaged by the accusations that both have made against the British royal family in the last three years.
The couple has not given their arm to twist, so they have chosen to give interviews where they have revealed many details of what happens behind closed doors in the British monarchy.
Prince Harry, youngest son of King Charles III, has gone beyond the level and has also talked about his experiences in his memoir ‘Spare‘, which has broken sales records around the world and where he details what he has lived with his older brother, Prince William, and how difficult it has been for his life the death of his mother, the iconic Princess Diana.
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However, daring to speak openly is taking its toll on them, as their rejection in the United States increases daily. Most celebrities do not want to be related to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as some claim that this would not be convenient based on the problems they have with Buckingham Palace.
According to a survey that was done on December 5th last year 2022 by the company Redfield & Wilton, Prince Harry had a positive audience rating of +38 and Meghan had a figure of +23, this before the autobiography written by Harry was put on sale worldwide.
And now, two months after that survey was conducted, the numbers dropped to a worrying level. Harry counted -7 and Meghan, -13, something that several media have tried to explain.
According to reports, the public is tired of the media circle that Harry and Meghan have reportedly made to attack the British royals. Much of the American public no longer takes into account the facets of the monarchy as a method of common or political interest. So supporting exiled members of the royal family is not something that is indispensable to them.