King Charles could strip Harry and Meghan of titles as pressure mounts over future of the monarchy

King Charles could strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle or their royal title as pressure mounts on the monarch over the future of the monarchy.
King Charles could strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle or their royal title as pressure mounts on the monarch over the future of the monarchy.

Harry and Meghan released their controversial

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King Charles could strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle or their royal title as pressure mounts on the monarch over the future of the monarchy.

2023 is set to be a testing year for King Charles as he defines his legacy as monarch after the passing of Queen Elizabeth.

Harry made damaging claims against his brother, the Prince of Wales, in his Netflix documentary, alleging he was left terrified when William screamed and shouted at him at a tense Sandringham summit.
Harry made damaging claims against his brother, the Prince of Wales, in his Netflix documentary, alleging he was left terrified when William screamed and shouted at him at a tense Sandringham summit.

It saw the release of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s controversial Netflix documentary in which they made a number of accusations against the Royal Family.

Harry made damaging claims against his brother, the Prince of Wales, in his Netflix documentary, alleging he was left terrified when William screamed and shouted at him at a tense Sandringham summit.

He also accused King Charles of saying untrue things when the Queen gathered the family together at Sandringham in January 2020 in a bid to solve the Megxit crisis.

Speaking to the Daily Express, Jonathan Sacerdoti said the monarch was facing a “year of firsts” and suggested that he may try to downsize the Royal Family.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released their controversial Netflix documentary in which they made a number of accusations against the Royal Family.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released their controversial Netflix documentary in which they made a number of accusations against the Royal Family.

He said: “2023 will be a year of firsts for King Charles.

“Everything he does will be looked at as an indication of how he wants things to be in future.

“That might put a lot of pressure on him, but I think he also will want to make clear how he wants to do things in future, and that means he and his team will think very carefully about the decisions they make and what messages those decisions send out.”

On Christmas Day, Charles used his broadcast to sympathise with families struggling with the cost-of-living crisis and praise individuals, charities and faith groups supporting those in need.

Charles spoke about the “great anxiety and hardship” experienced by many trying to “pay their bills and keep their families fed and warm” during his televised message, which featured footage of a food bank and other scenes of meals being distributed to the homeless.

The historic Christmas broadcast mirrored the late Queen’s 1999 festive address, and followed his mother’s well-established template, a personal reflection on the year, touching on current issues and with a Christian framework.