Beano Snub: Meghan and Harry’s Popularity Takes Another Hit

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry faced yet another blow to their popularity as they were left off the star-studded cover of the iconic comic magazine, Beano’s special edition celebrating 85 years of publication.

The cover featured a host of famous faces, including King Charles, Queen Camilla, Prince William, and Kate Middleton, immortalized as caricatures. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were absent, indicating a possible decline in relevancy.

Sky News Australia’s Reilly Sullivan remarked that the snub might seem minor, but it reflects a growing lack of relevance for the Sussexes.

Recent events, such as the high-profile cancellation of their Spotify contract and declining popularity in the United States, have taken a toll on their standing.

Rumors surrounding the couple have been swirling, with explosive coverage about their alleged split and the fallout from Harry’s memoir, “Spare,” potentially leading Meghan to pursue a solo career path.

Reports suggest that Meghan regrets not intervening in the memoir’s content.

Additionally, speculations of a “trial separation” have added to the couple’s woes as they try to mend their relationship.

Royal commentator Nile Gardiner believes that Meghan and Harry are currently laying low due to their diminishing popularity in both the United Kingdom and the United States.

“The Montecito empire is crumbling into the ground,” Gardiner stated. “It is not surprising we haven’t heard much from either of them in recent months because they have become hugely unpopular figures on both sides of the Atlantic.”

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