Meghan and Harry are not ‘real royalty’ according to the US public

Prince William and Kate seen as 'real royalty' in US says host

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Prince Harry and Meghan have been living in the US since their royal exit in 2020. Speaking on GB News, royal expert Kinsey Schofield claimed that the US public, although originally welcoming in the couple, do not view them as “real royalty” as opposed to the Prince and Princess of Wales, who are travelling to Boston this week.

Host Martin Daubney said that he wondered if the Earthshot Prize will see a “Team Wills vs. Team Harry” dynamic across the pond, before asking “who’s more popular?”.

Ms Schofield replied: “I think popularity wise you do see The Prince and Princess of Wales have a much stronger hold here in the States.

“[Although] that was not always the case.”

She added that “we went through years of Harry and Meghan complaining” whilst William creates “tangible change” and creates these “initiatives”.

Speaking of Meghan and Harry, she added: “[There’s] a lot of complaining [and] podcasting about words you don’t like.”

She added that the US public are “excited” to see William and Kate as it will be the “first time we’ve seen real royalty for a long time”, adding, “I don’t think that’s how we define Harry and Meghan”.

Commentator Kristin Tate recently told Sky News Australia that the US are “turning their backs” on Meghan.

She added that you could see in previous poils that Meghan was “quite popular” when the couple first moved to the US.

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Kate and William are set to travel to the US this week for their first visit in eight years.

The couple will be in Boston and, although they will be attending a few events, their main focus will be the Earthshot Prize on December 2.

Prince William founded the global challenge in 2019.


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Just four days later, on December 6, Meghan and Harry will be accepting an award for their “heroic” stand against “structural racism” within the monarchy.

It is unknown whether the couple will be present to attend the ceremony but the award was confirmed earlier this month.

The ceremony will be held by the Robert F Kennedy Human Rights Foundation.


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