Prince Charles has been urged to remove his Harry’s Prince title when he becomes King as he has “disgraced the Royal Family”.
Tensions between Prince Harry and the rest of the Firm have been rising since the Duke stepped down from senior royal duties in 2020 and moved to the US with his wife Meghan Markle.
Commenting on an Express.co.uk story about the titles Harry and Meghan’s children may receive when Charles becomes King, user UKPatriot said that “nothing is set in stone” and that Charles should remove Harry’s titles because of the “appalling way” he has behaved.
Referencing the Letters Patent issued in 1917 under the reign of George V, which stated that the grandchildren of the Monarch and the eldest son of the eldest son of the Prince of Wales (currently Prince George) should be Prince/Princess titles, the user added: “That previous king probably never thought in a month of Sundays that a son of a monarch would behave in the appalling way that Harry and his minder behave, literally disgracing the RF and our country.”
According to a constitutional expert, when Charles becomes King he will be able to strip Harry of whatever titles he chooses.
Iain MacMarthanne told Express.co.uk: “Accordingly, by a stroke, be it at the hand of Elizabeth II, or a future King Charles, HRH Prince Henry, Duke of Sussex, Earl of Dumbarton, and Baron Kilkeel, could quickly find himself becoming plain and ordinary Mr Henry Charles Albert David Mountbatten-Windsor.”