Prince Harry’s face bound for paintball targets after ‘biggest villain’ poll
Prince Harry is set to be printed on paintball targets after he topped a poll to find “the UK’s biggest villain”.
The royal renegade, 38, attracted 21% of the public vote, followed by creepy Jeremy Clarkson with 17%, while Meghan Markle, 41, is in third position with 13%.
Should the ex-royal top the UKPaintball poll, his mug will be splatted at more than 75 venues around the UK.
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Some 11% voted for the Spurs fan accused of kicking Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale at the North London derby this month, while billionaire Elon Musk, 51, completes the top five with 6% of votes.
Outside contenders include former US president Donald Trump, 76, TV funnyman James Corden, 44, and former Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan, 57.
UKPaintball’s Justin Toohig said: “When we say we’re looking for the UK’s favourite villains, these aren’t necessarily bad people, but it might be because they’re constantly in the news and we’re tired of hearing about them.”
Voting closes at 11:59pm on February 8.
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The news about Harry comes as To Di For podcast host Kinsey Schofield told GB News that Prince Harry's popularity rating has dropped in the USA.
Kinsey said: “I am going to tell you something you do not want to hear, in the States the conversation is Harry and Meghan need to apologise and they need to move back to the UK.
“That is what we are saying here in America, that they need to move back to the UK. I know that is the last thing Brits want.
“We realise that the only thing interesting about them is their relatives, they are not interesting people, they’re not exciting people, there’s nothing inside of them.”
She continued: “They don’t provide anything. I think that what we liked about them was their relation to the British Royal Family."
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