Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will “never” regain their former level of fame, especially since their wedding day in 2018, according to a royal analyst.
Compared to the enormous level of public interest they enjoyed as senior royals, the pair has witnessed a severe decrease in their popularity in the UK after leaving their royal responsibilities.
The pair left royal life in 2020, less than two years after their enchanting nuptials captivated the country.
Harry and Meghan, who have frequently spoken out about their time in the Royal Family, have seen their popularity plummet to an all-time low in recent months.
Speaking on the couple, royal analyst Richard Fitzwilliams stated that their standing in the UK is a “complete difference” from what it was previously.
“As far as the popularity they used to have, it’s a completely different thing,” Mr. Fitzwilliams stated.
“It’ll never happen in Britain, where the ratings are minus.”
“They have terrible poll ratings [and] all of them have been for ages,” the analyst said.
Despite the couple’s low popularity in the UK, Mr. Fitzwilliams believes it is irrelevant to them.
He said: “That’s lost but I don’t think it concerns them.
“I don’t think they are concerned but I do think they are concerned with the wider world.”
In this regard, the pair is now more than 5,000 miles away from the UK, having relocated to the United States upon their royal departure.
Meghan and Harry settled in California after their move. Archie, four, and Lilibet, two, are the couple’s two children.
Mr. Fitzwilliams stated that we should “expect some form of initiative” following continual speculation about what Meghan and Harry will do next, particularly since their partnership with Spotify recently ended.
The duo is still holding onto their multi-million-pound Netflix deal, with two projects currently in the works.
So far, no new projects through their Netflix agreement have been publicly disclosed.