- A royal biographer by the name of Lady Colin has called for Prince Harry's title to be revoked, claiming his recent behaviour is damaging to the monarchy
- The biographer has even started a petition in an effort to oust the Prince, already receiving more than 50,000 signatures at Change.org
- According to the petition, some feel it would be best to put the Prince's titles on hold, at least until relations between the feuding families improve
If the Duke Of Sussex is to continue “indulging his personal beliefs” and potentially “damaging the institution of the monarchy” he must give up his title, royal biographer Lady Colin Campbell has claimed.
Prince Harry has delivered a number of bombshell revelations about the Royal Family while over in the USA, where he now resides with his wife, Meghan Markle.
Petition to have Prince Harry's titles taken
But a campaign organised by Lady Colin to take away Prince Harry’s royal title could see some serious repercussions for the Prince, with the lengthy petition already reaching 50,000 signatures on Change.Org.
According to the petition, some feel it would be best for the Duke Of Sussex to ask the Queen to put his titles into abeyance, meaning they would go into disuse.
But the titles can still be given back at a later stage if royal relations improve.
A baby could unify the family
In some other news about Britain royals, Legit.ng previously reported that the birth of Meghan and Harry's new daughter could unify the Royal Family who "will welcome the new baby with open arms", a royals expert has claimed.
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It comes at a turbulent time for the family after the Sussexes opened up about their decision to leave the Royal Family for the US, and Prince Harry's controversial revelations about his upbringing continue to rattle the palace.
According to a previous article by Mirror UK, one expert, Nick Bullen, believes the birth of Meghan and Harry's daughter could heal the damaged relationship.
“I am sure the royal family will welcome the new baby with open arms. A new life is often a great way to help try and repair the rifts in any family, royal or not,” he added.
Meghan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry, 36, announced they were expecting a second baby on Valentine's Day this year and the baby is expected to be born this summer.
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