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Elizabeth II: She couldn’t see Harry & Meghan’s interview beforehand


This is the most anticipated event of the next few days. The first interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry since their departure from the monarchy has the British Royal Family in a frenzy. Nevertheless, Queen Elizabeth II will have to wait like everyone else to discover it.

March 7 could be one of the most dreaded dates for the British Royal Family. The very first interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry since the announcement of the Megxit, which already attracts all the attention, will be broadcast on the American channel CBS. If some excerpts have already been unveiled, making Buckingham Palace tremble, Queen Elizabeth II has not been allowed to make any passes? Sources told the British daily Mirror on Friday March 5 that the Sovereign had not received a “preliminary copy” of the interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, conducted by Oprah Winfrey.

Members of the British royal family and palace assistants will therefore watch this report “at the same time” as the public. Her Majesty’s Communication Service will decide on Monday, March 8 whether to make a public response to the confidences of the future parents, who are based in Los Angeles.

This unrestricted interview is expected to contain “shocking” revelations about the short time Meghan Markle has spent as an active royal. To obtain these confidences exclusively from the parents of little Archie, the CBS channel would have paid a colossal sum ranging from 7 to 9 million dollars (more than 6 million euros), according to the Wall Street Journal.

Like everyone else…

The interview of Oprah Winfrey, who is also the producer via her company Harpo Productions, is all the more criticized as the monarchy is in turmoil. Prince Philip, who has been hospitalized since February 16, has just undergone heart surgery. Out of respect for the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, the crown is said to have asked Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and CBS to postpone this interview … In vain. A source close to the couple told the Daily Mail that the monarchy would “use Prince Philip’s condition” as an excuse to “muzzle” the Duchess of Sussex. Meghan Markle is said to have made it known that she would not ask the network to postpone her interview.

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