Queen Elizabeth II receives request to strip off Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s titles

Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II will surely have a tough time making a decision soon concerning Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal titles.

Queen Elizabeth II, even after Prince Harry and Meghan left, chose to retain their royal titles. Even when they are no longer working royals, the royal couple still enjoys their royal privileges.

However, not everyone is happy to see them bear their royal titles, especially after speaking about the U.S. election.

Her Majesty received a request

On Friday, Missouri Congressman Jason Smith took his dismay on Twitter following Prince Harry and Meghan’s election statement.

To recall, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex broke the monarchy’s neutrality by urging the U.S. citizens to vote in the upcoming presidential election.

As stated in the tweet, Smith directly addressed his letter to Queen Elizabeth II, urging her to remove the couple’s titles.

Per the congressman, they are using their royal titles to campaign against President Donald Trump. By releasing that kind of video, the Sussexes are also interfering with the country’s election.

“Today, I asked the British Government to put a stop to it,” he went on.

He also added that this would prevent Prince Harry and Meghan from releasing separating comments from their personal perspectives. However, they are also, allegedly, using their official position in the British monarchy.

In the end, he pleaded Queen Elizabeth II to strip of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s titles.

How Prince Harry, Meghan broke the Monarchy’s neutrality

On September 22, the controversial royal couple appeared on TV to honor TIME Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People this year.

While it should solely be about those influential people alone, Meghan mentioned the election, calling it the most crucial election in this lifetime.

Meanwhile, even Prince Harry recklessly let out his opinion despite the fact that he knows what the royal protocols are.

“When the bad outweighs the good, for many, whether we realize it or not, it erodes our ability to have compassion and our ability to put ourselves in someone else’s shoes,” the royal prince went on.

He also reminded everyone to reject the existence of hate speech, misinformation, and other toxic moves online.

Although Prince Harry cannot vote since he is not a U.S. citizen, he said he wanted to advocate for all.

On the other hand, they failed not to endorse a candidate as they obviously promoted former Vice President Joe Biden.

Featured image courtesy of Chatham House / CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)/Wikimedia Commons

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