Meghan Markle and Harry: Expert asks ‘who is advising them?’
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s highly-anticipated sit-down with Oprah Winfrey could see the royal couple provide bombshell revelations over their decision to step away from the monarchy. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have come under fire from critics who fear the 90-minute interview could potentially become a “royal reveal all.” However, commentator Dawn Neesom has gone as far as warning Prince Harry and Meghan their chat with Oprah could follow in a long list of disastrous royal interviews.
Dawn Neesom asked TalkRADIO’s James Max: “Name a single royal interview like their going to do with her bestie Oprah Winfrey that has ever gone well?
“I mean Diana’s interview, Charles’ interview, Prince Andrew.
“It is not going to go well is it.
“Who is advising them?!” she added
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The commenter: “Yes, what you really want to do to make everything better and stop digging the hole you’re currently in is have a chat live on TV.
“Because that has worked for everybody else in that family.”
It comes as former royal correspondent Jenny Bond told the BBC that the suggestion that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are going to “reveal all and to delve into the depths of why they left is a bit tacky”.
Jenny Bond said: “We are told it is going to be wide-ranging, that it will touch on why they left and how Meghan found the Royal Family.
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“But if they are going to reveal all, as has been suggested, and to delve into the depths of why they left, that it is a bit tacky isn’t it?”
She questioned why they have “decided to invade their own privacy by going on Oprah,” adding “Lord only knows”.
Ms Bond said: “Harry and Meghan have won big-time. They want to control their own media.
“They want their side of the story put out by them and their spokespeople, and they are not going to have any newspaper speculation or invasion of privacy.”
This interview is to air on March 7 in the US and, as stated by journalist and friend of the Duchess Gayle King, nothing has been deemed off-limits.
A statement issued by US broadcaster CBS said the interview will be split into two parts, with more than the first half being dedicated only to Meghan.
During their face-to-face chat, CBS said Oprah will touch upon a wide range of topics, including Meghan’s arrival into the Royal Family, her nuptials, motherhood and how she has been coping with living under the public eye.
Prince Harry is to join the pair later and speak about the couple’s hopes, plans and dreams for the future.
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