Highly anticipated on March 7th on CBS, the great truth interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry might finally not be aired because of Prince Philip.
Small change of program for CBS? After the refusal of the BBC to acquire the rights of the explosive interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the American channel has decided to broadcast the first exclusive interview of the Sussex couple, almost a year after the Megxit, on March 7. After a first teaser that says a lot about the upcoming revelations of the Duke and Duchess, The Mirror reports that finally, the big bosses of the channel intend to postpone this broadcast, because of Prince Philip.
Indeed, they would be reluctant to the idea of “exploding a diplomatic bomb” while Elizabeth II’s husband has been hospitalized for several weeks in an unreassuring state. “CBS got millions of dollars of publicity for the interview, but the bosses are aware of the sensitivity of the subject with regard to the health of the Duke of Edinburgh,” a source told the tabloid. While they claim to have “no loyalty to the royal family,” the channel’s bosses felt that airing the interview if Prince Philip’s health were to deteriorate “would be extremely insensitive and extremely disrespectful.
Prince Philip has changed hospitals
The explosive side of this interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who have decided to reveal the full truth about their decision to leave the British Royal Family and renounce their status as senior members of the monarchy. It is also an opportunity for them to talk about the strained ties they have had for several months with the Windsor family, which the Duke of Sussex has assured he did not want to stray from by moving to Los Angeles. He is the first to be prepared for a last-minute trip to Great Britain should Prince Philip’s health worsen, as he has recently been transferred to a new hospital.