Kate Middleton, Prince William, and even Queen Consort Camilla are now more popular in the US than Meghan Markle even as Prince Harry made explosive claims against them in Spare, a new poll by Newsweek has revealed.
As per reports, the Duchess of Sussex’s net approval rating in the US currently stands at -13, while her step-mother-in-law Camilla is at -8; the Redfield & Wilton survey of 2,000 US voters was carried out a week after the release of Meghan’s husband Prince Harry’s memoir Spare.
Kate Middleton emerged as the most popular royal in the US, with a net approval rating of +26, with her husband Prince William’s popularity stood at +21.
Prince Harry himself has a net approval rating at -7, with Newsweek citing his recent explosive claims against the Royals during his book promo as the reason behind his tanking popularity.
This comes after a survey conducted just last month in December, 2022, recorded Prince Harry’s popularity at +38 and Meghan’s at +23, while Queen Camilla, specifically, was far behind them in popularity with a net approval rating of -2 at the time.