Sussexes call for titles to be relinquished as articles criticize ‘ax work’ series

UK newspapers have joined the call for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to give up their royal titles.

National heads have taken issue with the pair for attacking British institutions in their tell-all Netflix documentary.

The Daily Mail gave it a hard look, describing the series as “more than just a little business from start to finish”.

The newspaper’s editorial said: “It is infuriating that the Sussexes continue to make millions of dollars from their royal ties while destroying the institution that sustains them.

“If they loathe the monarchy so much, why not voluntarily give up their titles? They won’t because that means losing the meal ticket.

“In her first major speech in 1947, the future Queen declared that her whole life would be devoted to the common good. How sad that your grandson and his wife are dedicated to serving only themselves.”

Under the title “Meg it stop”, The Sun also suggested that the pair give up their title to “end this unfortunate soap opera”.

“Harry and Meg’s game is very clear,” the editorial added.

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Harry said in the second episode of his Netflix documentary that Meghan meeting the Queen for the first time was a ‘shock to the system’ (Danny Lawson/PA)

“This is a documentary aimed at American audiences — reinforcing their earning potential in America — and belittling everything and everyone else, including the truth.”

According to The Daily Telegraph, the Sussex family’s racist claims are false and may stem from a lack of understanding of the royal family.

“In their loose introspection, the couple appears confused, or perhaps resentful, the only dual role played by the monarchy, which is at the same time both family and institution, that can be that is, however unusual, hierarchy permeates and animates it,” the Telegraph editorial wrote.

“This of course means that the duke’s brother, William, the direct successor to the throne, a future head of state, will be treated differently from him.

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William as heir to the throne (Kirsty O’Connor/PA)

“This is not a disregard for the individual, but a simple recognition of the institutional facts that have protected the monarchy and the stability of the British constitution for centuries.

“It’s sad that the Sussex family is upset with this difference in treatment, but that shouldn’t come as a surprise. And, guided by protocol, it’s certainly not driven by race.”

The Daily Express said in its editorial that the couple should “stop showing their Netflix show before they embarrass themselves and further hurt a country and a family still mourning the loss of their loved ones.” Go of the Queen”.

The newspaper added: “It is understood that there is a deep sadness in the royal family that it ‘has come to this country’. That regret is shared across the country.”

The Daily Mirror takes a sweeping look at the royal feud amid the cost of living crisis.

Voice of the Mirror said: “Wherever the responsibility lies, such conduct is inappropriate and deeply damaging to the reputation of the monarchy.

“Royals risk losing public support if they continue to feud and fix matches at a time when people are relying on food banks and cannot afford to heat their homes. surname.

“Their behavior is not only disrespectful to the memory of the Queen and the institution to which she has served so devotedly.

“It shows contempt for those who are facing real hardship and need.”

The Daily Star commented on the apparent hypocrisy of the ‘publicly shy’ couple showing off their lives on a global streaming service.

There’s something odd about the couple’s decision to shy away from the public release of an intimate documentary about their lives, the newspaper wrote.

“That doesn’t really align with their clear desire for privacy. But then there’s nothing this shy couple really means.”

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