The Privy Council might be given the authority to reduce the couple’s royal status if MPs approve a resolution in the bill.
According to a Conservative MP, legislation that might result in the Duke and Duchess of Sussex losing their royal titles is something he plans to introduce.
Isle of Wight MP Bob Seely said the brief private members’ bill would allow MPs to vote on a resolution that might allow the Privy Council to reduce the couple’s royal status. The bill could be brought forward to the new year.
It happens the day after the couple’s “tell-all” Netflix documentary premiered, which infuriated some royal admirers.
The bill, according to Mr. Seely, has been on his mind since before the documentary since Harry’s words raise a “political issue,” given that he left his position as a senior royal more than two years ago.
He questioned why Harry kept using his title while “degrading the monarchical institution and his family at the same time.”
In addition to degrading his family and exploiting his suffering for the benefit of the public, he is also criticizing certain significant institutions in this nation, the man told the PA news agency.
The couple is “utterly irrelevant” to the advancement of the UK and the Royal Family, according to employment minister Guy Opperman, who spoke to the BBC in the meantime.
They are obviously a very troubled couple, which I think anyone looking at them can conclude is a sad state of affairs, he said.
“Having said that, I agree that they are completely irrelevant to this country, its growth, and the Royal Family that we all, I believe, support,” the author writes.
Harry asserts that the Royal Family exhibits “unconscious bias” throughout the documentary.
There is a significant amount of unconscious bias in this family, he claims, and sometimes you are part of the issue instead of the solution.
”Unconscious prejudice is actually not anyone’s fault, but once it has been acknowledged or located within you, you must take action to put it right”.
Princess Diana’s BBC Panorama interview, which Prince William has argued should never be aired again, is also featured in the series.
The Duke of Sussex claims that he attempted to deal with the death of his mother, who passed away in a car accident in 1997, “without much assistance, help, or advice,” appearing to criticize the parenting he received from King Charles.
He continued by saying that a “second family” of pals in Africa served as his “actual upbringing.”
After agreeing to leave the throne in early 2020, the Duke and Duchess inked lucrative contracts with Netflix and Spotify, which are estimated to be worth more than £100 million.