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Meghan Markle: CBS has just bought back the footage of her father’s interview


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The first interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could be much more explosive than expected. CBS has bought back the footage from the interview with the Duchess’s father, Thomas Markle, which is not to young Meghan’s liking.


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The American network CBS has succeeded in achieving quite a challenge by obtaining the very first interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry since their departure from the British royal family. Nevertheless, these confidences, which promise to be explosive, have a price, and not the least. The group paid a colossal sum, between $7 and $9 million, to tell viewers the story of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that led to their independence. For this first interview, the future parents relied on the famous journalist Oprah Winfrey, who also happens to be their friend. However, some dramatic moments may be expected.

CBS would have bought back the images of the interview of Meghan Markle’s father, Thomas, which would not be to the taste of the Duchess of Sussex. Our source said, “Oprah is likely to show Meghan excerpts of what Thomas said – and then ask her for her response. This should lead to dramatic moments,” before adding: “Meghan – and Harry – never spoke publicly about what was going on with him.” The relationship between the former Suits actress and her father is an electric one. The patriarch of the Markle clan has apparently declared war on his daughter and has made damning statements against Archie’s mother in the media.

An explosive interview

This dispute between father and daughter even led to legal proceedings. Prince Harry’s wife reproached the publishing company of the Mail on Sunday for having disclosed, in February 2019, extracts from a private letter written to her father a few months earlier. Thomas Markle was even willing to testify against his daughter on behalf of Associated Newspapers Limited. According to the former cinematographer, the letter marked “the end of our relationship, in no way a reconciliation,” adding that it was only “a criticism of her person. Despite this, Meghan Markle won the legal battle by winning her case against the parent company of the British tabloid.

Photo credits: © Capture TV CBS via Bestimage

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