Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Agree To Interview With Oprah Winfrey
It is believed that their 'intimate conversation' could lift the lid on why they left the royal family.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to appear on an Oprah Winfrey special after announcing that they’re expecting their second child.
The pair announced they were having another child by sharing a beautiful black and white image. This news comes after Meghan shared her own trauma of miscarriage in July, speaking about grief in a deeply personal essay with The New York Times.
Now, the pair look radiant as ever as they share their exciting news, a couple of months before their son Archie Harrison turns two-years-old on May 6.
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Having stepped away from the monarchy last year, Harry and Meghan swapped their royal duties for Californian life in a leave that was dubbed “Megixt”.
Now, for the first time since their move, Harry and Meghan have agreed to join Oprah Winfrey for what is being noted as an “intimate conversation”, discussing everything from the media scrutiny to potentially an inside look into royal life and the real reason behind why they left the royal family.
According to CBS, who will air the primetime special, Meghan will be interviewed about “stepping into life as a royal, marriage, motherhood” and “how she is handling life under intense public pressure”.
It is also believed that their plans for the future will also be discussed, plans which could include whether or not the Sussexes will return to the UK for the Queen’s birthday and the Trooping of the Colour.
It is also being reported that the royal family are very against Harry and Meghan’s tell-all interview, with Buckingham Palace apparently denying to give comment to the press about the special.
As Oprah is a close friend of Meghan’s, attending their wedding in 2018, it is no surprise that the couple feel comfortable to confide in her, as well as the major platform both of them hold for getting the story out there.
It’s one we’re certainly looking forward to watching once it airs here, that’s for sure.
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