Harry and Meghan flooded by praise from fans on wedding anniversary – ‘freest of couples!’

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Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, are celebrating their third wedding anniversary today. The couple’s fairytale wedding captured the imaginations of royal fans across the globe when they tied the knot at St George’s Chapel, Windsor on May 19, 2018. Since then a lot has changed for the couple after they stepped away as senior royals and settled in the USA but they have kept a loyal following nonetheless.

Dozens of fans rushed to pay tribute to the couple on Twitter with many sharing throwback snaps from their wedding day and some commenting on how they were now “free” from the Firm.

One included a quote from Harry in their message, writing: “‘I know that at the end of the day, she chooses me. I choose her. Whatever we have to tackle will be us together as a team.’ – Prince Harry.

“Congratulations to Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, on their third wedding anniversary #HarryandMeghan.”

Another gushed: “Happy wedding anniversary Harry and Meghan Duke and Duchess of Sussex !!! 3 years have passed since this fantastic and wonderful day. I wish peace and love.”

While others touched on the fact that the Sussexes are currently expecting a baby girl who is due to be born this summer.

One put: “Happy 3rd wedding anniversary to Harry and Meghan.

“Now they are the freest and happiest they could ever be, ready to welcome a daughter to their family.”

While another wrote: “Happy Three year wedding anniversary Harry and Meghan!!! Bless your growing family and praying you two stay in love.”

Despite all the love for Harry and Meghan coming from fans, a new poll has found nearly half of Britons think the couple should lose their royal titles.

They have held on to their Duke and Duchess of Sussex titles they were gifted by the Queen on their wedding day and critics feel their new celebrity lifestyle is not in keeping with their royal status.

A YouGov poll of 4,567 UK adults on May 17 found more than two fifths (44 percent) of the British public think the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should lose their titles.

One fifth (20 percent) think they should keep their titles but stop using them and 17 percent think they should neither lose nor stop using their titles.

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The survey also indicated that Britons’ views on the Sussexes greatly differed depending on their age.

While 59 percent of those aged 65 and over thought they should lose their titles, just 20 percent of 18 to 24 year olds thought the same.

Prince Harry has sparked controversy in recent weeks after he appeared to criticise his father Prince Charles, 72, in a podcast interview.

Speaking to armchair expert host Dax Shepard, Harry touched on how he felt he may have inherited pain and suffering from his parents and grandparents.

The Duke said: “Certainly when it comes to parenting if I’ve experienced some form of pain and suffering because of the pain and suffering that perhaps my father or my parents suffered.

Harry added: “I’m gonna make sure I break that cycle so that I don’t pass it on, basically.

“It’s a lot of genetic pain and suffering that gets passed on anyway so we as parents should be doing the most we can to try and say ‘you know what, that happened to me, I’m going to make sure that doesn’t happen to you’.”

Harry and Meghan are expected to spend their wedding anniversary in private at home in Montecito with their son Archie Harrison, two.

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