Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Oprah interview will air in the UK on Monday night.
However, one royal expert claims the Duke of Sussex’s decision to run the tell-all chat was like “driving a wedge with a sledgehammer through his relationship with William”.
Royals at War writer Dylan Howard speaks on Channel 5s The Markles Vs The Monarchy which airs tonight.
Dylan says in the documentary, “It’s almost like Prince Harry is driving a wedge with a sledgehammer through his relationship with William.
“William, as an advocate of all that the royal family means, is evidently drawn into this cause.
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“I expect this interview not only to reverberate in the United States and England, but to rock the establishment at its core.”
Meanwhile, in the documentary, Mr. Howard also says questions in the interview that will be “uncomfortable” for the royal family.
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He adds: “Not for Meghan. It’s open, it’s honest, and it doesn’t care about these effects. “
On Friday (March 5th) the American network CBS published a sneak peek into the interview that will be broadcast on Sunday in the USA.
In it, Meghan said to Oprah Winfrey that she felt “liberated” to be able to make decisions herself.
Oprah also announced that she reached out to Meghan for an interview in 2018, but the Duchess had to turn her down.
Meghan stated, “I wasn’t even allowed to have this conversation with you in person. There had to be people sitting there. “
Oprah said, “You nicely turned me down and said, ‘Maybe they’ll be another time when the time comes.’
“What’s right about this time?”
Meghan replied, “Well, so many things.
“That we are on the other side of many of the life experiences that have happened and that we have the opportunity to make our own decisions in ways that I couldn’t have affirmed at the time.
“That wasn’t my choice.”
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In the meantime, she added, “It’s really liberating, in some ways, to have the right and privileges to be able to say, ‘Yes, I’m ready to talk. ‘
“To be able to just make a choice and speak for yourself.”
The Markles Vs The Monarchy will air on Channel 5 on Saturday, March 6th at 9:00 p.m.
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