Harry and Meghan were booed by the public when attending the first royal event in the UK in two years, on the occasion of the Queen’s Platinum Day.
Harry and Meghan arrived at St Paul’s Cathedral in London on June 3 for National Thanksgiving, an event during the Platinum Celebration to mark the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign.
After the ceremony, the couple left the church holding hands to go to the car. Initially, some in the crowd in front of the church greeted and welcomed Harry and Meghan back to Britain for their first royal event in two years. However, loud boos and whistles followed, as the two walked down the church steps.
Similar booing sounds also appeared before, when Harry – Meghan went to church to attend the ceremony. These boos did not appear when other members of the royal family arrived at the event.
Theo NY Postmembers of the royal family also received Harry and his wife with a cold attitude, while the couple Prince William, Harry’s brother, sat away from them during the ceremony.
Harry – Meghan was not popular with the British public after they decided to leave the royal family, moving to the US to settle in early 2020.
Tensions between Harry – Meghan and the British royal family also increased after the two revealed many “secret secrets” of the royal family in an interview with the US broadcaster in March 2021. The couple even accused a member of the royal family of racially abusing their son Archie, sparking the biggest royal crisis in seven decades of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign.
A survey from British international internet-based market research and data analysis company YouGov shows that the couple’s popularity has dropped to a record low during this comeback to attend the White House. needle.
Only 32% of Brits support the Duke of Sussex and 23% have a positive attitude towards his wife Meghan, while Queen Elizabeth II, 96, remains the most respected member of the royal family with 80 % of people support.
Duc Trung (Theo NY Post)