A SHOCKING new poll has revealed which royals saw their popularity plummet the most after Prince Harry released his telltale memoir, Spare.
No member of the firm has been spared a massive slump in public approval ratings since December.
Harry’s shocking memoir has left the firm’s approval ratings in freefallCredit: AP
But one king has seen his popularity knocked out by the memoir for a replacement.
Prince William saw his approval ratings drop a whopping 8% after Harry revealed their Cain-and-Abel fights.
He remains the most popular king, with three out of five Britons approving of him.
According to a poll by Ipsos Mori, only a quarter of Brits view Prince Harry positively.
His popularity dropped 7% after revealing his long-standing feud with his father Prince Charles and brother Prince William.
Harry’s wife Meghan Markle is viewed positively by less than a fifth of Britons.
Her popularity dropped just 5% after Spare revealed her tearful rows with the royals.
Not surprisingly, the disgraced Prince Andrew is the least popular king of them all.
Just one in ten Britons approve of Andrew, who has fallen out of favor for his dealings with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
Spare largely ignores Andrew, whose popularity has dropped just 2% since its release.
William’s wife Kate reached Harry with a 7% drop.
She is now no more popular than Princess Anne, with 60% of Brits applauding the two royal wives.
The scandal-proof Anne was spared a blush by Harry’s memoir, and her popularity dropped just 4%.
Perhaps surprisingly, King Charles’ popularity fell by just 3% despite Harry railing against his father’s parenting.
The British public is evenly divided in its opinion of Charles, with just over half being sympathetic to the Marmite King.
His wife Camilla was the only royal not to suffer a drop in popularity.
Her approval rating remains at 38% as Prince Harry’s barbs about her had no effect.
The royal family as a whole was largely unscathed by Harry’s revelations, with 53% of Britons still agreeing.
His popularity dropped just 1% as Harry praised the late Queen and insisted he was still a monarchist.
Ipsos Mori surveyed 1,000 UK adults aged 18-75 online on 10-11 January.
Ipsos CEO Kelly Beaver told the Mail: “The immediate impact on public opinion should not be overstated – and it should be noted that this is partly a return to the surge in public concern following the Queen’s sad death acts.
“British people are still much more positive than negative about the King, the Prince and Princess of Wales and the Princess Royal, and the royal family as a whole, and views about the institution as a whole have changed little.
“Although the stories may have challenged the public’s views on the individuals involved, the monarchy itself persists for the time being.”
The poll comes after Harry admitted in a explosive segment of Spare that he used cocaine at the age of 17 to make him “feel different”.
He also claimed his brother Prince William “thrown him to the ground” during an argument about Meghan.
Harry said he was visibly injured after William ripped his necklace and threw it on a dog bowl.
He also claimed William and Kate encouraged him to wear his infamous Nazi uniform to a costume party.
Meghan Markle receives a positive rating from less than a fifth of BritsCredit: Getty
Prince William saw his approval ratings drop a whopping 8% after Harry revealed their Cain-and-Abel strugglesCredit: Paul Edwards The Sun
Kate is now no more popular than Princess AnneCredit: Getty