Down 15 and 13 points respectively in the polls since the interview:
While her interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was a ratings win for Oprah, the same cannot be said for her interviewees. …
As the Telegraph summarized about the poll:
It showed that 45 per cent of Britons have a positive opinion of Prince Harry, while 48 per cent regard him negatively, giving a net score -3.
This represents a drop of 15 points from March 2 and marks the first time attitudes have been more negative than positive towards the prince.
Meghan’s scores have also fallen considerably. Only three in ten people said they had a positive opinion of her, while six in ten viewed her negatively. This gave her a net rating of -27, down from -14 a week ago. …
Britons continue to be most fond of the Queen, with 80 per cent liking her and just 14 per cent feeling otherwise.
Queen wins. Can’t imagine why.
Is this the right response?
Or is this a better approach? There are rumors (and photo comparisons) that suggest Harry is the son of a military officer with whom Diana had an affair. Which would make him a fake prince.
Great storyline: Meghan returned to Hollywood in triumph with her prince, only to find he was a fake. Europe doubles over in laughter.