Nobody Cares: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's 'Grifter' Rebrand Is 'Being Rejected by the World'

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's relaunch has been roasted.

Feb. 24 2024, Published 7:50 p.m. ET

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By numerous reported estimates, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have now rebranded themselves four times since their marriage nearly six years ago.

This led royal expert Josh Rom to say of the pair: "The 'grifter' word comes to mind with this because this is them trying to keep in with this institution in some way, shape or form."

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Vancouver, Canada, February 2024.

"Let's be honest, that's the only way in which they're going to retain relevancy and, you know, the only reason why people pay them any sort of attention is because of the role which this institution provided for them," he added.

The duo have been labeled as nothing more than social media fodder as they once again rebrand themselves for 2024. "Despite their lofty rebranding and invented accomplishments without royal status, Harry and his wife for nothing more than social influencers," journalist Lee Cohen told GB News' Nana Akua.

"Then there was the other episode where the Spotify execs called them grifters, and that will stick with them forever because it is just so appropriate," he added. "But after their fall from grace with the streaming platforms. But in America, they are now the butt of insults and jokes from everything from cartoons to comedians. I wrote in the piece that, against criticism for these ridiculous rebranding efforts, the Sussexes defiantly vow not to be broken."

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are still being called 'grifters.'

"But in fact, they have broken themselves through their transparent treachery that Brits have long known and Americans have finally woken up to," Cohen observed. "During Harry's interview on Good Morning America, he professes love for his family following the King's cancer diagnosis, which is a reasonable reaction. But this statement is mystifying considering the multitude of offenses and disrespects committed by the Prince and his wife against the royal family. I mean, it's just shocking, isn't it?

Cohen concluded: "It's astonishing. Their vendetta against the family and institution of monarchy is no mere family feud. Because the royal family represents the British nation, so it really is an insult to the nation."

If reports are to be believed, this insight comes amid suggestions the Duke may be considering fully becoming an American citizen.

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King Charles III could take away Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal styles, which includes 'HRH' and 'Prince/Princess.'

As The Royal Observer previously reported, if the Duke of Sussex wished to go forward with becoming a tried and true U.S. citizen, he would need to renounce being a subject of King Charles III in addition to all of his royal titles and styles. Under the "Renunciation of Title or Order of Nobility" policy of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the fifth in line to the British throne will have to permanently say goodbye to being "His Royal Highness Prince Henry, Duke of Sussex, Earl of Dumbarton, Baron of Kilkeel."

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the premiere of 'Bob Marley: One Love,' in Jamaica, January 23, 2024.

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Daily Express reported on Rom's comments.

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