The revelations continue. This Tuesday, March 9, Oprah Winfrey unveiled a new unpublished excerpt from the interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The Duchess of Sussex confided on the lack of respect for her privacy since she joined the royal family.
It is an interview that has caused a lot of ink to flow. This Sunday, March 7, the American channel CBS broadcast exclusively the interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The couple took advantage of this interview with Oprah Winfrey to make unpublished revelations about their conflicting relationship with Buckingham Palace. But the entirety of their confidences has not been broadcast. In a new excerpt published on Oprah Winfrey’s website, Meghan Markle confides about the invasion of privacy she has suffered since her relationship with Harry became official.
If Meghan Markle was prepared to be the subject of many headlines by dating a member of the British monarchy, the former actress says that “everyone has a fundamental right to privacy.” The young woman went on to explain her comments, “If you’re at work and you have a picture of your child on your desk, and your colleague says, ‘Oh, your child is so cute, can I look at your phone to see the rest?’, you’re going to tell her no, that’s the only picture you want to share.” Apparently, Meghan Markle wasn’t ready to be hounded so much by the paparazzi.
Meghan Markle facing justice
Meghan Markle intends to have her privacy respected. Last Thursday, February 11, the mother of little Archie won her legal battle against Associated Newspapers, parent company of The Mail on Sunday and The Mail Online, which she sued for “invasion of privacy” after the publication of the content of a personal letter addressed to her father. As compensation, Meghan Markle asked the British tabloids to give her all the letters in their possession, but also that they pay half of the legal costs related to this case, nearly 750,000 pounds sterling (equivalent to 867,000 euros).
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