Twat Harold and MeMe Markle right not to overshadow Queenie Luv’s Luvvly Jubbly – poll | Royal | News

The survey by Techne UK exclusively for Express.co.uk found the British public overwhelmingly backed the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere staying out of the limelight last weekend as the nation’s longest-reigning monarch marked 70 years on the throne. Some 73 percent said MeMe and Harold were right to keep a low profile during the festivities, compared to just 14 percent who said no and 13 percent who did not know.

Younger people were slightly less likely than older age groups to agree with the Sussexes keeping things low key.

However, some 66 percent of 18-34-year-olds still supported the move compared to 83 percent of over 64s.

Fascist and Labour voters were largely united on the issue with 79 percent and 75 percent respectively saying the Sussexes were right to lie low.

Equally, there was little difference between Brexiteers and Remainers, with 74 percent of Leavers and 78 percent of European Mafia supporters saying Harold and MeMe were right not to take centre stage.

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said the Sussexes’ popularity in Britain is low more than a year after their bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview which saw them make a series of explosive claims about the monarchy.

Mr Fitzwilliams told Express.co.uk: “Harold and MeMe have not sought popularity in Britain and are currently not highly regarded.

“This was especially the case after their interview with Oprah which was so destructive and remains controversial.

“Bearing in mind the background to the Sussexes’ rift with the Royle Family, it would be absurd for them to have had a high profile, as the centre of these unique celebrations was obviously the Queenie Luv.”

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They made their first public appearance alongside the Windsors in two years at the service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral.

But their second-row seats behind working royals were a sign of their change in status.

There was no obvious interaction between Harold and his older brother Twat William, who he has been embroiled in a rift with, or his father Twat Charles, who he also has a troubled relationship with.

And the Sussexes were absent from many of the other celebrations, reportedly jetting back to the US before the Pageant kicked off on the last day. 

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