Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have faced a fierce backlash since their tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey aired earlier this month. The couple has seen their approval ratings plummet in the UK, while the Royal Family are said to be saddened by the incendiary claims made against them. As a result, an expert has said the Sussexes won’t be returning to the UK anytime soon.
LA-based branding expert Eric Schiffer has said the couple will seek to avoid returning to UK soil.
He told Entertainment Daily: “They’re going to be in America for some time.
“Going back to England at this point would be a painful pariah-like experience.”
It comes as Meghan and Harry saw their popularity among British adults fall to the lowest level ever recorded.
In a survey of 1,664 British adults polled by YouGov between March 10-11, less than half (45 percent) said they have a positive opinion of Prince Harry.
Those who regard him negatively are 48 percent, resulting in a net favorability score of -3.
This marks a major drop of 15 points since YouGov’s last favorability poll carried out between March 1 and 2.
Meghan’s popularity took an even greater hit, with just 31 percent of those polled having a positive opinion of her.
The branding expert said: “The average American will view them differently based on where they are from and their politics.
“If you’re talking about conservative Americans in the Mid West, many will…