Backlash Grows: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Urged to Fully Distance Themselves from Royals

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In the aftermath of their strategic retreat from royal duties, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry find themselves under increasing scrutiny as calls for them to distance themselves from the Royal Family grow stronger.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's conspicuous silence, described by critics as the "Endgame," has coincided with a notable dip in their popularity. Royal expert Kinsey Schofield expressed her dismay, stating, "I'd say that they had plenty of time to end the drama surrounding Endgame."

In an interview with GB News, Schofield commented on the apparent failure of the couple's approach, particularly in the United States. "The ultimate results were a major fail here in the States. I do think that they're being humbled right now," she remarked, highlighting the perceived disconnect between the couple's actions and public reception.

Schofield went on to emphasize her belief that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could benefit from a more positive approach, saying, "There's no way that they're looking around thinking that things are going in the right direction, or that things are going their way."

Responding to criticism and calls for a more positive stance, the royal expert shared her perspective on social media interactions: "When people leave me comments saying stop being mean, my first reaction is yes, I agree. I wish Harry and Meghan would leave the Royal Family alone 100 percent."

In a final critique, Schofield suggested that the couple's focus on certain details, such as an incident involving lip gloss shared by Kate, might be diverting attention from more significant issues. She concluded, "They would blossom in their brand if they would be more positive and count their blessings instead of worrying about the lip gloss that Kate reluctantly did actually share with Meghan one time."

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