Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may be considering relinquishing their royal titles after their brief return to the UK, an expert has said.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were reportedly having a difficult time when the couple arrived in the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations earlier this month.
From booing outside of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral to being forced to take a backseat to the rest of the family throughout the four-day event.
And now it’s possible they’re considering stepping down from their royal roles.
Expert Neil Sean said on his YouTube channel: “It’s very difficult when your paymasters like Netflix and Spotify you’re a celebrity, not a king.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were booed as they appeared outside St Paul’s Cathedral (Image: POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
“Apparently he didn’t come away upset because of the way he was treated at the Platinum Jubilee.
“Prince Harry thinks it might be a good idea to drop the titles that so many people are talking about.
“Maybe he knows as an individual that they could never take the title of prince away from him as that is his birthright.”
Although they have already given up their royal working titles, they remain members of the royal family through the titles Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Sean’s theory backs up his recent claims that the pair were forced to explain to Netflix bosses the boos they’ve been getting.
They are considering giving up their royal titles, according to an expert (Image: Getty Images).
The pair were caught on Netflix cameras during their stay in the UK – and the boos were reportedly caught on camera.
He explained, “When they returned to the States, they were concerned about your perception, particularly to the CEOs of Netflix, Spotify and Penguin Random House, and they need to explain exactly where those boos were coming from.
“Harry and Meghan’s team needs to explain to people why they were booed.”
The Daily Star has reached out to Harry and Meghan’s team for comment.
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