Prince Harry ‘slapped the queen in the face’ when he didn’t show up at he and Meg Philip memorial.
Nearly half of Britons think the Prince of Wales should step aside for the Duke of Cambridge to become king, a poll suggests.
Ipsos research found that 42% of people think Charles should step aside for his son William to take the throne.
This compares with 24% who think the prince shouldn’t step aside from the duke, while 29% don’t have strong feelings on the subject.
However, the survey also suggests that 48% of people in the UK still think Charles will do a good job, compared to 19% who think he will do a poor job and 27% who think he won’t do a damn good job. good or bad job.
The research, which involved interviewing a representative sample of 2,055 British adults on March 24 and 25, also found that the proportion of people who view Charles favorably has risen since 2018 to 43%, up 11 percentage points.
Over a third (36%) feel the same way about the Duchess of Cornwall.
But Britons are much more likely to think highly of the Queen, viewed favorably by 69%, William, viewed favorably by 64%, and the Duchess of Cambridge, viewed favorably by 60%.