After a few days, Oprah Winfrey’s long-waited interview with Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry will be aired, therefore, many questions ache the heads of the audience, here is all you need to know about the interview.
Last month, the news of the first ever interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after stepping away from royal duties sparked controversy in the UK, especially among senior royals.
Next, Queen Elizabeth II had another discussion with the sixth in the line to monarchy about his future agreeing upon that the prince won’t return to the public service again.
Moreover, all Sussex Duke and Duchess’ titles will be re-distributed among active working royal members.
Therefore, Markle announced that “service is public” which caused a sense of rage among Royal Family members as it was considered a kind of “insult” against the queen.
Despite of all controversial views, CBS anchor Gayle King admitted two days ago that Winfrey described her interview with Harry and Markle as ‘the best she has ever done, in addition, ‘It’s their first major broadcast interview since giving up their senior royal duties,” the Daily Mail cited.
Winfrey had the right to ask the couple “anything she wanted,” however, “nothing was off limits “during the interview according to King.
The interview raised a number of questions to the audience such as why Harry and Markle decided to break their silence after leaving the royal life, although their complaints against media amid privacy fears.
On the other hand, Harry’s latest comment with James Cordon at the Late Night Show outraged the monarchy more as it defended Netflix feature “The Crown.”
“Harry described the show as ‘fictional’ but ‘loosely based on the truth’ and captures the feeling of being expected to put ‘duty and service above family and everything else,” Daily Mail underlined.
Also, he blamed media of pressuring him, forcing him to step back, saying: “It was never walking away. It was stepping back rather than stepping down. It was a really difficult environment, which I think a lot of people saw. So I did what any father or husband would do and thought: “How do I get my family out of there?” But we never walked away.”
On the other hand, the Queen will make an annual TV appearance on the Commonwealth day, March 7, just hours before Winfrey’s interview with the couple.