No one was indifferent to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview. Even Oprah Winfrey was surprised by what the former actress revealed.
In an interview on Nancy Odiles’ channel, during the presentation of her new book, the presenter revealed that she was shocked when Megan dropped the bomb of racism in the royal family. In the interview, he said that he had “previously spoken to the Dukes” only by letter and that they had told him that they wanted to “tell their story in a way that was as honest as possible.”
Oprah revealed that the shocked moment when Megan spoke about the color of her son Archie was “absolutely real,” despite the fact that some accused her of orchestrating the moment. So much so that the American star said he thought for a moment: “Am I going in this direction? Are we really going that way?” , He said in the same interview.
Sure enough, the words of the former actress and the prince had colossal repercussions, something even the mega-American star would not expect. “I had no idea what effect they would have … that they still have. I prepared myself intensely for the conversation but the effect was greater than expected,” he told the interviewer who was praised after he achieved something very powerful from the princes. The reason why I talked about the interview like this was not because he had time to ask my questions, but because of the candid way in which they answered everything.
Oprah Winfrey also revealed that the interview in total “took three hours and twenty minutes” and that when it was over, everyone on the team knew they had something cool there but not the bomb that turned out to be that way. “I realized the effect was when CBS (the American public channel) released the clips, but the result … went much further than that.”
Since the interview, Harry has spoken twice in private with Queen Isabel II, which took place during the funeral ceremonies of Prince Philip, who passed away at the age of 99, after a long illness, on April 9. The talks took place according to the Daily Mail on Saturday and helped bring peace to the family.