The divorce is over, and not just with the Windsors. On February 19, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry officially informed Elizabeth II that they would not be resuming their titles as senior members of the royal family and that they were officially relinquishing their patronages, almost a year after the Megxit. A blow for the British monarchy, even if the queen herself, already promises a “new beginning” for the royal family. But above all, a hard blow for the British, who have decided to boycott the couple, by snubbing in particular their big interview with Oprah Winfrey, which will be broadcast on March 7 on CBS.
According to a survey conducted by Yougouv, half of the people questioned thus assured that they would change the channel at the time of the broadcast of this interview, deemed “inappropriate”, relays Madame Figaro. A small blow for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who recorded this interview a few weeks ago to tell the whole truth about their life as crowned heads, in particular Meghan Markle, who should confide in his entry into the royal family . After the very harsh words of Elizabeth II about the couple’s desire to be “half inside, half outside” vis-à-vis the monarchy, they have thus suffered a new hard blow.
Elizabeth II’s Little Revenge
But if the queen assured that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry remained “much loved members of the royal family”, she however allowed herself a small television revenge, which could well compete with the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey. Forced to cancel Commonwealth Day Monday March 8 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Elizabeth II has indeed decided to give her traditional speech on March 7, the same day as the Duke and Duchess interview. , and to accompany it with a special program. What to try to shade the couple a little.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry © AGENCY