The majority of Brits support King Charles’ decision to evict Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from Frogmore Cottage, a new study claims.

Earlier this week, it was confirmed that the couple have been evicted from the property by the King, with the decision believed to have been made in response to Harry’s tell-all memoir ‘Spare’.

It is understood that the monarch’s younger brother, Prince Andrew is set to move into the property.

Now, one in three people considered it ‘completely fair’ to evict the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, with 49 per cent believing it should have happened earlier.

The survey also reveals that 44 per cent of people surveyed believe that Meghan Markle is to blame for the eviction, and six in ten believe the royal couple will attempt to use the eviction to try and gain public sympathy.

A spokesman for research agency, which conducted the study, said: “It would appear Harry and Meghan’s relationship with the British public is as strained as it is with the Royal Family.

“The pair now have their base in Los Angeles, so it could be that the Royal Family are simply trying to re-allocate that space to someone who will use it more.

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“But the Palace is remaining tight-lipped on the matter at the moment, so it’s difficult to guess their real motivations.”

More than half of the 1,000 people surveyed said they would have done the same thing as King Charles.

The survey also found that many people believed the Royal Family have too many properties, with some calling for properties to be used as charity hubs.

Nearly half of people disagreed with the decision to offer Frogmore to Prince Andrew.