The fact that Prince Harry has emancipated himself from the British royal family does not seem to appeal to everyone. Especially since he retained his title of Duke of Sussex, although he now lives in the United States with his wife Meghan Markle and their son Archie. Moreover, a petition has been launched online by Lady Colin Campbell, an expert on English royalty. Indeed, the 71-year-old writer Georgia Arianna Ziadie, whose real name is, who is notably known for having published the book Meghan and Harry: The real story, has decided to encourage Prince William’s brother to give up his royal titles.
The aim would be to “put an end to the damage done to the monarchy”. On the Change.org site, nearly 31,000 people have already signed for Prince Harry to agree to stop “undermining the institution of the English monarchy” by officially withdrawing from the royal family. Interviewed by Daily Star on May 30, Lady Colin Campbell estimated that little Archie’s dad should ask Queen Elizabeth II to put his titles on hold. She explained that she launched the petition “because it is the right thing to do” to avoid other possible future controversies. “It is a dignified solution for all those concerned. To not humiliate anyone and protect everyone. I think it is a humane way to resolve a very regrettable situation,” she added to our team. Anglo-Saxon colleagues.
A prince who would almost become an average citizen
The British royal family expert is convinced that even without their royal titles, Meghan Markle and her husband would be able to “sell their brand”. “This is the best solution because it frees Harry so that he can indulge himself without consequences and without causing damage to the institution of the monarchy of the British nation, to the British people and to himself,” she added, assuring that the prince could continue to fight, in favor of mental health in particular, without implicating, indirectly, his family. “As a citizen, without rank, style or royal title, he will be able to indulge his personal beliefs, as is the right of all citizens, without risking undermining the institution of the monarchy or the relations between friendly powers, ”said Lady Colin Campbell.
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