One of the characteristics of the members of the royal families is their silence, they rarely make statements and even less speak of intimate aspects of their lives. Diana of Wales ended her marriage to Charles of England in an interview in which she uncovered the prince's infidelity with that famous phrase "in my marriage there are three of us and that's a crowd." Now his youngest son Enrique, who has started a new life away from the royal family, has decided to take another step on his way to fame and the Hollywood-style life and has decided to sit with his wife Meghan Markle before Oprah Winfrey. It will be in a special program of the communicator that will last 90 minutes. The production company has already announced that it is an intimate chat with the couple. The announcement comes just hours after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they are expecting their second child.
“Winfrey will speak to Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, in an interview that will cover all sorts of topics, from her arrival in the royal family to her marriage, her motherhood, her philanthropic work and how she manages to live under intense public pressure to which it is subjected ”, advances the statement of the chain, which will broadcast the program on March 7. "After that, Prince Henry will join the conversation to reel off everything related to his move to the United States and, also, to talk about his future hopes and dreams now that they are expanding the family," they conclude.
The communicator She has been friends with Markle for a long time, from the time she was an actress that is why she was one of the guests at her wedding with the prince in 2018. A relationship that has grown over time, especially now that the dukes are settled in California. She is one of the few people who has full access to the paeja. In addition, Oprah has worked with the prince producing a documentary about mental illness, they are neighbors in Los Angeles, and every time someone raises their voice against them, there is the journalist sharpening her nails and pointing out the "unfair treatment" of the media . But last but not least, the Dukes and Winfrey share a representation agency.
The chronicler of British royalty Robert Jobson has described the interview in British media as a "betrayal of the queen's confidence." He added: “They seem intent on causing the queen more discomfort and possible embarrassment. Enrique, who claimed he wanted to escape the hype of being a front-line royal, traded duty for a cash bonanza deal with Netflix. We are not told if money has been paid for this interview. ”
But the Sussexes are not the first to respond to Winfrey's call. Sarah Ferguson, Andrés de England's ex-wife, sat with her when she was going through her lowest hours after being discovered mediating with businessmen to get access to her husband in exchange for a succulent amount of money.
What remains to be seen is how far the Sussexes will go in their intimate chat, to what extent they will enter the weeks that preceded their departure from the royal family and if they point to any culprit. The British royal house is on alert