Expert tells Meghan Markle that she may live to regret damaging bridges in her Oprah appearance.
MEGHAN MARKLE may come to regret her historic interview with Oprah Winfrey, according to a royal expert.
Royal novelist Tom Quinn weighed in on Meghan’s conversation with the US media magnate on Channel 5’s Meghan at 40: The Climb to Power. Meghan said that being a member of The Firm made it harder for her to get therapy for her mental health difficulties.
“I think the trouble for Meghan was that she was angry, she was upset,” Mr Quinn said of the interview.
“However, I believe she will later reflect, ‘I shouldn’t have burned my bridges to that extent.’”
Mr Quinn’s thoughts were mirrored by royal analyst Ashley Pearson, who added that the Duchess may come to regret her remarks in the future.
“Some people may worry if Meghan will live to regret all of the admissions in the Oprah interview,” she remarked.
“Oprah herself afterwards stated that she was astonished Meghan uttered some of the things she did.”
Harry told Oprah that his brother, Prince William, is “stuck” in the Royal Family during the conversation.
“My father and brother are trapped,” he explained. They are not allowed to go.
“And for that, I have a great deal of sympathy.”