D-day is approaching. On March 7, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will confide without taboo in host Oprah Winfrey. Broadcast on the CBS channel, the interview is revealed this Monday, March 1 through a first teaser relayed on Youtube. In the latter, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex recount their ordeal with the press and the media while they were members of the royal family. “Were you silent? Or were you silenced?” asks the presenter of the mother-to-be.
She then quotes the couple who allegedly spoke of an “almost insurmountable” obstacle. The floor is then given to Prince Harry who declares: “my greatest concern was that history will repeat itself”. Reference to the fate of his mother Lady Diana, who died in 1997 in a car accident while her vehicle was tracked down by the paparazzi. Which encourages the grandson of Elizabeth II to pay a subtle tribute to Meghan Markle. “I’m just happy to be sitting here (…) with my wife because I can’t imagine what it could have been for her [Lady Diana, note] to go through it all alone, there are all these years. It was very hard for us, but at least we were together.
The very dramatic teasers have begun for Sunday’s big Meghan and Harry Oprah interview …… First Look | “Almost Unsurvivable” – YouTube https://t.co/qFs5213vgN
– Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) March 1, 2021
They left the royal family
Cold sweats for Elizabeth II? By settling their scores with the British press outside the courts, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry mark a break with the monarchy, used to remaining silent in times of crisis. On February 19, Archie’s parents revealed that they were leaving the royal family for good and were severely tackled by the revolted British.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry © AGENCY