PUBLIC opinion of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has fallen to an all-time low following their decision to split from the Royal Family.
The Duke and Duchess released a statement this week confirming theyll be splitting their time between the UK and North America, while working to become financially independent.
They added that while theyll continue to fully support Her Majesty The Queen, theyre aiming to carve out a progressive new role within this institution.
But the new poll, published by the Mail Online, shows opinion of the couple has drastically fallen since they announced they would step back from royal duties.
The Sussexes face a public rating of just minus 2 percent a vast drop of 22 points since a similar survey in October last year.
Meghan is now ranked at number 10 in the list of the most popular royals with the Duchess slipping behind Sophie Wessex.
And Harry, who was once crowned the nations favourite prince, has seen his rating plummet to 20 points.
Over half of the public – 54 percent – want Harry to be stripped of his title, while a further 47 percent say the Duke and Duchess should give up the use of HRH initials.
A huge 60 per cent believe the Sussexes pay for the 2.4million cost of the controversial refurbishment of Frogmore Cottage, rather than leaving the taxpayer to foot the bill.
Only 25 per cent say they should not have to find the money.
A further 76 percent say Harry and Meghan should not get another penny in support from Buckingham Palace or the Government.
The new poll clearly demonstrates Britains allegiance to the Queen, with 60 percent of people believing she has been treated shoddily by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Only 23 percent say they did not treat her badly.
When asked if the Queen should let them go or make them stay, 72 percent of those polled said the Duke and Duchess should go while just 16 percent said they should stay.
Meanwhile, the Queen has demanded that Harry and Meghans future roles should be determined within the next 72 hours.
Her Majesty has reportedly instructed officials to come up with a blueprint that could potentially apply to younger generations of the Royal Family.
HOAR Online has contacted Kensington Palace for comment.