King Charles and his heir, Prince William, are reportedly having serious discussions about the possibility of removing the royal titles of the disloyal Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, but they are concerned about the potential for a significant backlash from the general public, a new report claimed.

They were reportedly "delighted" that chairs for a public appearance were "labeled" with their titles during a recent trip to Nigeria, where they were treated as royals despite their visit not being officially tied to England. According to Globe Magazine, the loss of titles would be a blow to the Duke of Sussex, who is 39 years old, and the Duchess of Sussex, who is 42 years old.

Following their wedding in 2018, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were given the title of "royal highness" when they were required to carry out formal obligations representing the monarchy. While they were living on a $14 million spread in Montecito, California, with their two children, Prince Archie, who is five years old, and Princess Lilibet, who is three years old, they lost those titles after they quit their jobs as representatives of the royal family in the year 2020 and moved to the United States.

Since then, Prince Harry and Meghan have been reaping the benefits of their celebrity status by securing more than one hundred million dollars in deals. Now, according to sources, King Charles and Prince William want to strip the wayward couple of their Sussex titles as well, although they are currently considering whether or not the backlash will be worth it.

“The last thing they want is to give the renegades something else to complain about. William and his father know that even without their royal titles Meghan and Harry would carry on traveling the world as if they were royals and most people in the world will still welcome them,” royal expert Tom Quinn told. The Mirror.

In point of fact, the title stripping would most certainly be unsuccessful due to the fact that many individuals enjoy rubbing up next to the defrocked Sussexes and then boasting about it, according to insiders.

“Charles and William are right to worry that stripping the rogue couple of titles would only result in them with egg on their face. To many people, who have no idea of royal protocol or even care, Harry and Meghan will always be ‘prince’ or ‘duke and duchess’ no matter chairs were respectfully labeled during a visit what the king does. So stripping the titles would be a waste of time and make Charles and William look like petty sore losers,” the informant said.

Meanwhile, it has been reported that Prince Harry is being gradually removed from the website of the royal family. This is reportedly being done on the behest of King Charles, who is fed up with his rebellious son.

In a huffy statement that he issued two years prior to the wedding of his biracial wife Meghan, Prince Harry criticized the British media for the way in which they covered his future bride. The dressing down was available on the internet for more than seven years, but it disappeared without any prior notice not too long ago.

The audacious announcement, according to Prince Harry, left his father and brother William "furious" since it made them appear terrible for not defending their own women in the same way. The Duke of Sussex made this claim in his blistering tell-all, which was titled “Spare.”

Most, if not all, royal fans are aware that Meghan, who was born in the United States, and the monarch's second-born son with the late Princess Diana abandoned their duties at the palace in order to pursue their own fame and money in her home state of California.

However, ever since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into their $14 million mansion in Montecito, they have witnessed a noticeable decrease in the amount of real estate that they own at his relatives' official online home.

The adoring 2,700-word profile of Prince Harry and the 1,300-word biography of the former “Suits” siren were trimmed and compressed into a joint portrayal of fewer than 500 words. This description also includes their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

Business Times has reached out to Prince Harry for comments.