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The Republic campaigned for the monarchy to be abolished and the Queen was replaced by a democratic and elected head of state. Graham Smith, the organization’s CEO told Express.co.uk that Britain does not owe Duke and the Duchess of Sussex.

Mr Smith said: “I think most people would be surprised by the suggestion that people who sit at £ 30 million in a bank might struggle well financially.

“So I think if they want to live the lifestyle of people with £ 100 million then they have a problem.

“But I think they will be fine and we don’t owe them, we don’t owe them a penny.

“They have to go and find their own source of income or make a living from what they have.”

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Smith later rejected Meghan Markle’s claim that his marriage generated £ 1 billion for the British economy.

The CEO of the Republic told Express.co.uk that there was no evidence Prince Harry and Meghan MarkleMarriage provides an economic boost for Britain.

Mr Smith claimed that the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was a “net loss” for British taxpayers.

Mr Smith said: “Meghan Markle fell for the same round as the royal household issued.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were married in May 2018.

Duke’s son and Duchess of Sussex Archie are one year old.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry resigned as senior members of the Royal Family at the end of March 2020.

After their departure from the Royal Family, the couple spent time in Canada before moving to California.



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