Prince Harry is now considered a liability to the monarchy after a poll revealed that his popularity has plummeted among Brits.
The royal who stepped down from his senior duties in March 2020, is regarded as a liability by 38 percent of participants of a poll conducted by The Sun.
While just nine percent of participants of a similar poll regarded Harry as a liability in 2012, only 35 percent of participants regard him as an asset to the British nation in the new poll.
The lowest ranking royal in this poll is Prince Andrew who 80 percent of poll takers see as a liability. Only four percent regard him as an asset.
The Queen remains the most popular royal. Her Majesty has an 81 percent approval rating, and is followed by Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Charles. Meghan Markle is seen as a liability by 51% of those polled and as an asset by 24%.
Last November Harry left for Canada with Meghan, only to announce in January that they would be stepping down from their senior royal duties. The couple now reside in Los Angeles in Tyler Perry’s owned mansion. It is unknown when and if they will return to the UK.