In a poll of 1,498 Express.co.uk readers, held from January 3 to 4, 52 percent of voters said Meghan and Harry were right to give up as senior working royals. One reader nicknamed “Yorkshire lass” commented: “Yes, it was the right decision to leave. They have caused upset since leaving, but it would have been worse had they stayed for a number of reasons.”
The reader claimed “Meghan would never have adapted to royal life” and “would have expected everything to be changed to suit her”.
Another reader, Grace Gunaratne, said the couple “did the right thing and left the Royal Family and this country”.
Addressing her comments to Meghan, she added: “Don’t even think of coming back near our gracious Queen and Royal Family ever again. Enjoy your new life, newfound freedom, and newfound money in your chosen country. Good luck!”
On the other hand, 48 percent of voters said the Sussexes should not have departed the Firm.
Many voters said the pair should not have left because of the upset the decision may have inflicted on the Queen.
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