- A Canadian poll has revealed it would back Prince Harry as its governor-general when the administration of the Julie Payette expires
- The post of the governor-general represents the Queen in the former British colony but has for years been held by Canadians
- It should be noted that the prince has never indicated an interest in the post in whatever way even though he spent his Christmas holiday in the country
As the drama surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle rages on, a Canadian poll has said a majority of Canadians would back the prince as its governor-general.
Sixty per cent of those who participated in the poll said they would give their support to Harry to take the position of Julie Payette whenever her term expires, The JakartaPost.
It should be noted that the post of the governor-general in the country is also acting as the representative of the Queen.
The present governor-general started her tenure in 2017 and will serve a five-year term. Another thing worthy of note is that Harry has never shown any interest in the position as it had always been occupied by Canadians since the 1950s.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the rift between Harry and Prince William could have started because the latter advised his brother to take their mother’s warning not to marry in haste.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were once said to be very close brothers with a kind of bond that everyone envied. Now it seems marriage in the family has made that a thing of the past.
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It was also said that everything could have changed about the Duke of Sussex when he got married to the Hollywood princess, Meghan Markle.
The fight between the families of Sussex and Cambridge also came into public view during one of their public outings together at Heads Together mental welfare charity where Meghan took total control of the microphone.
The Victorian and reserved attitude of Kate, William's wife, all along is seen as part of the protocol that is the essence of the royal family.
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