A recent poll named the most favored member of the British royal family, and the results are quite surprising.

Express recently asked their readers who their “favorite ever member of the Windsor royal family” is, and 31 percent of the respondents said that Princess Diana is still their favorite royal. The late Princess of Wales received 3,639 votes.

Lagging closely behind Princess Diana is Queen Elizabeth II, who garnered 29 percent of the votes. Her Majesty received 3,420 votes, and she’s the public’s second most favorite member of the Royal Family.

Kate Middleton ranked third in the survey, but she only earned 17 percent of the votes. Based on the poll results, the Duchess of Cambridge is still more popular than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who both tied in fourth place with only five percent of the votes.

But the most shocking result has to do with Prince William’s standing in the eyes of the public. He only received three percent of the votes, and he tied with Prince Philip, who retired from his royal duties two years ago.

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles came last in the poll with just one percent of the votes. The results coincided with a royal expert’s prediction that even though the public’s perception of Camilla has improved, Princess Diana’s fans still haven’t forgotten what her involvement was in the fallout of the Prince and Princess of Wales’ marriage.

In fact, former royal butler Grant Harrold, even told Express that the royal family could stop Camilla from becoming Queen or Queen Consort if there will be a public outcry by the time that Prince Charles sits on the throne.

“When that time comes, it’s something that will be handled very carefully and we’ll see whether they share the announcement she will be crowned Queen and there’s a public outcry, they then will possibly change it,” he said.

In the past, it has been said that Camilla will be called Princess Consort when Prince Charles becomes King.

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On the left, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attend the Remembrance Sunday ceremony in central London, on Nov. 11, 2018. On the right, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex visits the Hubb Community Kitchen on Nov. 21, 2018 in London. Tolga Akmen/Jack Taylor/AFP/Getty Images