SCOTS are least likely in the UK to care about the royal eedding, according to a new poll.

As wedding fever grips the UK, Scots are the least interested in Saturday's Royal nuptials, with 75% telling YouGov that they are not interested in the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

The survey, by YouGov also found fewer Scots like the Queen compared to others in the UK .

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The poll found only 42% of Scots liked the Queen “a great deal or a “fair amount” compared to 60% across the UK

Meanwhile 16% said they “don’t like” the Queen.

More than one in four said they would be “happy” if the monarchy ended and 35% would be “disappointed”.

More than half (53%) of people in Scotland think MPs should swear an oath of allegiance to the country, not the monarch.

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The poll, commissioned by Republic a group which campaigns for the abolition of the monarchy.

Graham Smith, spokesman for Republic, said: "We've always known Scotland is more republican minded than the rest of the UK, this poll adds fuel to that argument."