Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey will make the royal family “nervous,” an expert said.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will sit down with Oprah to discuss moving to the US and parting with the royal family in a 90-minute chat.
However, Oprah’s good friend Gayle King recently claimed that she was told in an interview that “nothing is forbidden”.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview: “Nothing is forbidden”
Royal expert Russell Myers has now said this is “terrible” news for the royal family.
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Russell said of Lorraine on Wednesday: “It is absolutely terrible news that I would say for the royal family.”
He added that the Royals will be “nervous” because Oprah can “ask anything” the couple.
Couple “should have said queen”
Russell went on to say that it would have been “general courtesy” for Meghan and Harry to inform the Queen of their interview.
He said, “If you detonate an atomic bomb like this and do a big interview that will no doubt grab attention on global networks, it would be decent to tell the queen to tell your grandma that it is you who will do it.
It is absolutely terrible news that I would say for the royal family.
“But it doesn’t seem like that happened.”
According to recent reports, the Queen “trusts in the loyalty of her grandson”.
The expert Joe Little, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, told the express: “The Queen will have confidence in her grandson’s loyalty and the fact that he will always be a member of the royal family.
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“She will hope, will not want to damage the monarchy.”
He added, “This won’t be an interview without a script. It’s carefully thought out and choreographed. But if you look at the history of the royal interviews, the only thing left wondering is if this will bother them. “
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