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Meghan Markle and Harry: Their long-awaited interview with Oprah Winfrey 


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The interview of Meghan Markle and Harry, conducted by their friend Oprah Winfrey, is at the heart of the concerns of the monarchy and according to some, this moment of television is “pure gold”.

The interview of Meghan Markle and Harry is in everyone’s mind and seems to make the monarchy tremble. While Archie’s parents have kept silent about their new life since the Megxit announcement in January 2020, they have now decided to open their hearts to it.

To do so, they have put their trust in their friend, Oprah Winfrey, who was present at their wedding and who has always supported their decisions. The famous host was with Meghan Markle and Harry just a few hours before they officially announced to the Sovereign that they would not be returning as active members of the Royal Family. Sources revealed that Oprah Winfrey had been given “a unique glimpse of the rift that will turn this televised moment into pure gold”.

The interview with the American host is scheduled to air on Sunday, March 7. Someone close to Sussex told the media that the former Suits actress thought the show would give her “a way to get her voice back”. Another insider revealed: “The couple is clearly very close to Oprah and the fact that she was with them at such an intense time gave her a unique insight into the break-up with the royal family. This drama that struck the British monarchy on Friday, February 19 will therefore be highlighted in this interview and should be worth “gold”.

The way to recover his voice

The show was filmed just before the Queen withdrew the royal patronage of Harry and Meghan and the British royal family is expecting the worst. Moreover, even if the parents of little Archie, who are expecting a second child, are stripped of their last royal titles, they intend to allow themselves a few rebellions.

A Sussex spokesman explained: “Meghan Markle and Harry remain committed to their duty and service in the UK and around the world, and have offered their continued support to the organisations they have represented, whatever their official role,” before adding: “We can all live a life of service. Service is universal.

” As our sources report, this last sentence provoked royal fury and is considered “horribly disrespectful” to 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth II, whose husband Philip is currently hospitalized in London.

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