Opinion on the royals is deeply fragmented post-Diana, and after sons grew up and got married and so on.
I’m surprised anyone is surprised they might be racist. Given their age I assumed they’d be way more racist than they seem to be here.
I don’t think there are, really, actually. But equally that doesn’t mean that they want the royals dissolved. I feel like actual opposition to the royals in general peaked in the Diana and immediate post-Diana era, and the people calling for it most loudly were mostly older Gen-Xers (and some Boomers who’d always believed in it). If anything was going to happen, it was then, but the royals got a reprieve with “Cool Britannia” and so on.
However, as @Sarfrin says, the Andrew thing has really not helped them. Dude is pretty clearly a sex-offender (the Epstein stuff is just icing on the cake of other things he’s done) among countless other nasty businesses he’s been involved in (illegal arms dealing, for example).
Nor has stuff like hanging out with Saudi and similar psychopaths, given they’ve been outing themselves re: how nuts they are.
This is just another blow for them. I don’t think we’ll see a push towards getting rid of them whilst the Tories are in charge, less because they love them and more because they’re afraid of what other demons that might unleash. It would also require constitutional change of a fairly serious nature that could actually endanger the country. Right now, the Queen/King can just not sign stuff they’re supposed to sign, and cause a constitutional crisis. It’s rumoured that it nearly happened with Johnson’s fuck-around bullshit with the pro-roguing. The current Tory leadership wants to do away with absolutely any check, no matter how slight on governmental power, and regards stuff like parliament as an obstruction - they certainly regard the Royals as such. I think they’d very much like to get the Royals out of that loop entirely, but they’re scared to.