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No censorship: Meghan Markle and Harry with no taboos against Oprah Winfrey


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After the announcement of a confessional interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, soon to be broadcast by CBS, Buckingham Palace fears embarrassing revelations.


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It is the interview that makes the royal family tremble. While Meghan Markle and Harry have just announced that they are expecting their second child, the couple will create the event by answering their friend Oprah Winfrey’s questions on CBS. A confessional interview broadcast on March 7th but already scary at Buckingham Palace, where they fear embarrassing revelations.

Maybe rightly so, if we believe the recent statements of the host Gayle King, close to Oprah Winfrey, quoted by our sources. “She can ask for whatever she wants. I was told there would be no censorship,” she assured CBS. She also said that Oprah Winfrey, who was invited to the Sussex wedding in 2018, “had been working on the issues all weekend.

Bad memories revived

In its press release, CBS had already announced that the interview would cover a wide range of topics. One year after her exit from the monarchy, Meghan Markle is to talk about “her life within the royal family, her marriage, her motherhood, her philanthropic work”, but also “her way of dealing with the intense public pressure” to which she has been subjected since the beginning of her relationship with Prince Harry. And that’s not all: Her Majesty’s grandson Elizabeth II will join her in the second part to talk about their move to the United States and their “hopes and dreams for their growing family”.

Of course, this brings back bad memories at Buckingham Palace. Across the Channel, everyone remembers the confessional interview with Lady Diana in 1995. On the BBC, she confided about her complicated marriage with Prince Charles and even evoked infidelities. “You only have to look at how the previous confessional interviews went to understand that these things never end on a positive note for all parties involved,” a royal source recently confided. According to our sources, one of the fears of the palace is that the couple will explain that Meghan Markle was not welcome and that she suffered from racism. Answer on March 7.

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