If Harry and Meghan did another Oprah interview, they might ‘push royals to breaking point.’


If Harry and Meghan did another Oprah interview, they might ‘push royals to breaking point.’

According to one analyst, a second candid interview with Oprah Winfrey by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might result in more ‘chaos’ and a major fallout with the Royal Family.

A royal expert has warned that if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle go ahead with another explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, they risk pushing the Royal Family to ‘breaking point.’

After their TV appearance at the start of the year generated a great fuss on both sides of the Atlantic, the estranged royal couple are reported to be contemplating a ‘top-up’ interview with the American star.

The Sussexes, on the other hand, have made no indication that they want to sit down with the TV presenter again.

Meghan made a shocking claim in the discussion, claiming that an anonymous member of the Royal Family had made racially offensive comments regarding Archie’s skin color.

She also claimed in January that the Palace had ‘broken tradition’ by not bestowing a title on her son, a claim that was ultimately debunked by experts.

The Sussexes did not name the monarch who allegedly made the remark, but it was later revealed that it was neither the Queen nor the late Prince Philip.

“I really wouldn’t be surprised if they’re preparing another Oprah interview,” royal biographer Duncan Larcombe, author of “Prince Harry: The Inside Story,” told Closer magazine.

“Harry and Meghan have wreaked havoc, and I don’t think they’ll be stopped.” I think we’ll see a lot more of these high-profile, Hollywood-style interviews with A-list TV personalities.” “Especially if there’s a lot of money on the table.” Harry will also require publicity for his memoir, which is set to be released next autumn. If the next Oprah interview is anything like the last, the royals will be pushed to breaking point.” Meanwhile, according to a new BBC documentary panned by the Royal Family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle realized “within days” that life as working royals in the UK was not for them.

Presenter Amol Rajan alleges concerns developed shortly after the Sussexes married in 2018, in the first episode of The Princes and the Press, which broadcast on BBC 2 on Monday (November 22).

After a squabble over them not being given full right of rebuttal to claims made in the show, Prince William and Kate Middleton are reportedly allowing ITV to broadcast their Christmas carol concert instead of the BBC.

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