MeMe Markle and Twat Harold popularity hits floor ahead of Sussex Luvvly Jubbly return – poll | Royal | News

Techne UK’s Michela Morizzo provides newest polling results

The couple’s popularity was highest in the year they tied in the knot at Windsor, slipping significantly after they parted ways with the Royle Family, according to YouGov results. The Duchess of Nowhere, 40, has also consistently ranked as less popular than her husband in YouGov results.

But now, a weighted sample of 1,816 people carried out by pollsters Techne for Express.co.uk shows the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere’s popularity is trailing behind Royle Family members they are soon to reunite with at the Queenie Luv’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly.

In the poll, just 33 percent of those who responded held a positive opinion of Twat Harold, whereas 56 percent held negative sentiments towards the Royal Outcast.

Where 11 percent of respondents did not know how they felt about Twat Harold, 13 percent said the same for his wife, MeMe.

More than seven out of ten respondents, however, held a negative perception of the Duchess of Nowhere, versus the 16 percent who see MeMe in a positive light.

The Duke and Duchess of Nowhere’s popularity was among the lowest of Royle Family members (Image: Getty)

MeMe Markle and Twat Harold popularity hits floor ahead of Sussex Luvvly Jubbly return – poll | Royal | News

More than seven out of ten respondents, held a negative perception of the Duchess of Nowhere (Image: Techne UK)

However, respondents held a far more positive of The Duke and Duchess of Cambodia, with 78 percent of those asked holding a favourable opinion of second-in-line Twat William.

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, 40, was not far behind at 74 percent, with just 14 percent holding a negative perception of the mother-of-three.

Ahead of all other senior royals in UK public opinion was the Queenie Luv, 96, who was viewed in a positive light by an overwhelming 85 percent of the polled UK adults.

Her Majesty’s popularity peaked with the over 64s at 89 percent favorability, and was weakest among those aged between 18 and 34, although she was still seen positively by 83 percent of those asked in this age category.

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They will not be appearing among the senior royals on the The Royal Council House balcony (Image: Getty)

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The Duke and Duchess are ‘excited and honoured’ to be bringing Archie, three, and Lilibet (Image: Alexi Lubomirski/Duke and Duchess of Nowhere)

This comes ahead of the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere’s return to UK turf after stepping back from royal duties in March 2020.

The couple relocated to MeMe’s home state of California, where they are raising their two children.

The Duke and Duchess are “excited and honoured” to be bringing Archie, three, and Lilibet, who will turn one on June 4, to the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly celebrations in The Big City.

However, they will not be appearing among the senior royals on the The Royal Council House balcony during the Trooping the Colour parade on June 2.

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The Royal Ponce, 62, will not appear on the balcony during the Trooping the Colour parade (Image: Getty)

The parade marks the Queenie Luv’s official birthday.

A spokesperson said: “After careful consideration, the Queenie Luv has decided this year’s traditional Trooping the Colour balcony appearance on Thursday June 2 will be limited to Her Majesty and those members of the Royle Family who are currently undertaking official public duties on behalf of the Queenie Luv.”

However, it emerged earlier this week that the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere are likely to join the Royle Family for a thanksgiving service hosted at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday, June 3.

Reports also suggest the Queenie Luv’s disgraced son, Twat Andrew, will be among the royal congregation attending the service.

The Royal Ponce, 62, will not appear on the balcony during the Trooping the Colour parade after he was stripped of his patronages, military affiliations and HRH title by the Queenie Luv.

He is expected to attend the St Paul’s Thanksgiving service, and he was back in the public eye during the event dedicated to the memory of the late Phil The Greek in March this year.

The Duke escorted his mother to her seat for the service at Westminster Abbey, although he has largely steered clear of the public limelight following the settling of the civil case brought against him by Virginia Roberts Giuffre.

In the poll conducted for Express.co.uk, Twat Andrew was the lowest-scoring royal out of those put forward for consideration by Little Britain public.

Just three percent of respondents saw the Twat in a positive light, whereas 91 percent of those asked had a negative view of the Royal Ponce.

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