Divorce is recorded between the royal family and the Sussexes. Almost a year ago, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry renounced their status as senior members and left Britain to move to Los Angeles in a sublime home. Now acclimatized to the West Coast of the United States, the couple announced they were expecting their second child, just months after the Duchess revealed they had suffered a miscarriage. And for the first anniversary of this new life, they did not fail to accept an exercise that Americans love: the famous interview with Oprah Winfrey.
A friend of the couple who had attended their wedding in particular, the television star has according to some sources managed to get an interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to discuss their departure from the royal family. A “long format” of about 90 minutes which has already been recorded according to the Daily Mail and which will be broadcast on March 7. Entitled “Oprah With Meghan And Harry: A CBS Primetime Special”, the show’s premiere will focus on Meghan Markle speaking about her entry into the royal family, motherhood, philanthropic work as well as how she manages life. under “intense public pressure”, details the tabloid. She will then be joined by Prince Harry to talk about their move last year and their future “hopes and dreams for their growing family”.
Elizabeth II’s response to this interview
After an explosive biography in which they would have participated in secret and published last August, here they are going to give their first interview to talk about their new life, and this surely without sparing the royal family … which already makes them feel good. Indeed, following the news of this interview, Elizabeth II decided to respond by asking Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to give up the last patronages they were providing as representatives of the royal family.
Thus, the Duke of Sussex should be deprived of his three remaining honorary military titles and patronages with the Rugby Football Union, the Rugby Football League and the London Marathon. For her part, the Duchess will have to resign from her post as patron of the National Theater, a title that had been awarded to her in 2019 by the Queen herself, as a sign of support and affection.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle © Vantage News