People in the Commonwealth: has your attitude to the monarchy changed?

We would like to hear from readers in commonwealth countries about their thoughts on the controversies around Harry, Meghan and the royal family

This week, the tell-all autobiography by Prince Harry, Spare, was released and became the UK’s fastest-selling nonfiction book ever.

We would like to hear from people in Commonwealth countries about their thoughts towards Prince Harry, his new book, and the controversies surrounding the him and royal family. Has it changed or reinforced attitudes to the monarchy? Are you for or against having a royal head of state in your country?

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