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Elizabeth II ready to strike hard after the interview with Meghan and Harry: a heavy decision


The British royal family finds itself in turmoil. This Sunday, March 7, the American channel CBS will broadcast, in the evening, the interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Queen Elizabeth II could make a decision heavy with meaning.


This Sunday, March 7 could resound like a dark day for the British monarchy. The first interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, both much awaited but much feared, will be broadcast in the evening on the American channel CBS. If we have to wait until the middle of the night to discover it in the United Kingdom and France, because of the time difference, it is already shaking up the British royal family.

Interviewed by the famous journalist Oprah Winfrey, who is also a friend of the couple, Archie’s parents have, a priori, made explosive revelations about their departure from the royal family. And if, last February 19th, official day of the Megxit, Queen Elizabeth II decided to withdraw from Meghan Markle and Harry a large part of the royal patronage, such as in particular the role of captain general of the Royal Marines to the future father, the Sovereign could go even further.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could indeed be stripped of their titles of Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the Queen being “particularly distraught” by their interview with Oprah Winfrey, reported a source to the British daily The Times. Everything should therefore depend on what is said during this interview. As Queen Elizabeth II was not allowed any passes and will discover their shocking revelations at the same time as the public, the verdict could only come in the next few days.

The Queen would be distraught

Indeed, no final decision seems to have been made in discussions with the palace last week, but there are whispers that Harry may lose his title or be asked to return it. Nevertheless, the courtiers would like him to retain the right to be addressed as His Royal Highness, which was passed down to him at birth. This had already been taken away from his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, after her divorce from Prince Charles. If this honorary predicate were taken away from him, Harry would no longer be the sixth heir to the throne.

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