"It's been a guiding light for a long time. Harry and Megan have detracted from that, and maybe the British royal family is better off without them involved anyway," radio host Bob Cordaro told an outlet when describing how Team Sussex is bringing down the monarchy.
"I love the royals, I think they are part and parcel of what makes Great Britain great. I think it is an institution that needs to be protected, and when I watched these two silly, unserious people depart serious work to become celebrities in the United States… I can't. I don't think much of them, frankly. I think a lot of the concept of the royal family, whether individual royals are flawed or not, it's a critical institution for Great Britain and, frankly, for the world," he added.
Cordaro's thoughts come after a recent U.S. poll found that Kate, Princess of Wales, and her husband, Prince William, are more popular in the States than Harry or even Meghan — who was born and raised in California. The Prince and Princess of Wales, who will one day become the King and Queen Consort of Great Britain, last visited America in the autumn of 2022 to attend the Earthshot Prize Awards in Boston, Mass.
Although Harry and Meghan live full-time in Montecito, Calif., neither have been able to best their fellow millennial royal couple when it comes to American likability polls.
William and Kate reportedly have not spoken to Harry and Meghan since Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral in September 2022. This is allegedly not the case with His Majesty The King, who is said to be the only senior royal who will still speak to the ex-working royals.
The monarch is said to want his youngest son, daughter-in-law, and two estranged grandchildren, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet Diana, to all visit him at Sandringham this Christmas. Although many point out how his hopes for the couple return to "bite his hands," others point out that it is his wish for his family to reunite and move on.
"Charles still loves Harry greatly, and it's his greatest hope that, at some point, they can put differences aside and move forward as a loving family," a royal source spilled.
This comes after another insider shared: "I can't imagine the Sussexes would decline an invitation to spend time with His Majesty. As of yet, there have not been any invitations for the holidays."
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not spent a Christmas at Sandringham since 2018.
GBN reported on Cordaro's comments.