Brits back King Charles’ decision to evict Harry and Meghan in bombshell study
Earlier this week, it was confirmed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been evicted from Frogmore Cottage.
King Charles is believed to have kicked the Duke and Duchess of Sussex out of the property after Harry’s tell-all memoir ‘Spare’ in January.
It is also understood that the monarch’s younger brother, Prince Andrew is set to move into the property.
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But a new study claims that the majority of Brits support Charles’ decision to kick his son to the curb.
One in three consider the decision ‘completely fair’, and 49 per cent think it should have happened earlier.
In the survey of 1,000 people, 44% also said they believe that Meghan Markle is to blame for King Charles’ decision.
With an additional six in 10 believe that the royal couple will attempt to use the eviction to try and gain public sympathy.
A spokesperson for research agency www.OnePoll.com, which conducted the study, said: “It would appear Harry and Meghan’s relationship with the British public is as strained as it is with the Royal Family.
“The pair now have their base in Los Angeles, so it could be that the Royal Family are simply trying to re-allocate that space to someone who will use it more.
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“But the Palace is remaining tight-lipped on the matter at the moment, so it’s difficult to guess their real motivations.”
More than half of all respondents say they would have done the same thing, while 40% of people said they think the Queen would have made the same call.
The new research also claimed that the British public believes that the royal family own too many properties – stating sites like Frogmore should be put to better use.
Some Brits have called for the cottage to be used as a charity hub, while others believe it should be a private residence or even an Airbnb.
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Nearly half of those surveyed don’t, however, agree with the decision to offer the property to Prince Andrew.
OnePoll’s spokesperson added: “Most people’s family dramas don’t play out across the front pages of newspapers across the globe.
“As a result, everything Harry and Meghan do ends up under the microscope of public scrutiny.
“Our research shows many adults side with the Monarchy in this instance, while recognising they also have their own ends.”
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