MORE than two thirds of Brits believe Meghan Markle and Prince Harry should be stripped of their royal titles, a new survey has revealed.
The study for Tatler magazine found 68% think Harry and Meghan should have their titles the Duke and Duchess of Sussex taken from them, after stepping down from royal life.
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The data, collected by Savanta Comres, was based on responses from 4,174 British adults - but only took results from those who expressed an opinion.
A total of 63% also agreed Meghan, although American, should not be commenting on US politics.
And 35% concurred that the duchess "wants to be president of the United States one day".
It comes as Meghan and Harry were criticised this week for taking part in a Time 100 video urging Americans to vote, which was perceived as being critical of President Donald Trump.
The pair fled to the US six months ago, saying they felt unable to “thrive” before signing a £100million Netflix mega-deal.
But they are said to have alienated “a large swathe” of America by charging into politics and backing Democrat Joe Biden.
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Their PR nightmare came as it was revealed that Meghan and Harry enjoyed the most expensive royal engagement last year, racking up almost a quarter of a million pounds on their trip to Africa.
Meghan and Harry caught 11 charter flights and two passenger jets on their ten-day tour to Africa last September, at a cost of £245,643 to the taxpayer.
The trip was notable for Harry releasing a statement accusing the British press of a “ruthless campaign” against his wife.