Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are done with bombshell interviews – ‘Can only do one’

Meghan and Harry ‘strategic’ about privacy says expert

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Mr Morton believes it is highly unlikely Meghan and Harry will go on air again to set the record straight and speak about their relationship with the Firm. Princess Diana’s bibliographer and author of Elizabeth & Margaret: The Intimate World of the Windsor Sisters told Express.co.uk: “I would have thought that having dropped the bombshell there isn’t much more to be dropped.

“People are still talking about it now.”

Thinking back to historic interviews of other members of the Royal Family, Mr Morton added: “I think you can only do one bombshell interview.

“Diana did one, Charles did one… after that you have done, it, you have said it.”

During their two-hour-long interview with Oprah, Meghan and Harry were given the chance to voice their grievances, set the record straight on stories they deemed false or inaccurate and speak their truth on Megxit and the Firm.

Going forward, Mr Morton does not believe the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will need or want to do another similar interview.

He said: “If there is a story that particularly annoys them in the future, they’ll either reach for their lawyers or issue a statement denying it.

“That’s what left them so frustrated when they were at Kensington Palace.” 

Meghan and Harry’s interview with Oprah was broadcasted around the world in early March.

In their first sit-down chat since quitting as working royal, Meghan and Harry said they left the Firm due to a lack of understanding and support.

Among the most damaging claims made, Meghan said an unnamed member of the Royal Family had raised concerns over “how dark” the skin of her baby would be while she was pregnant with Archie. 

She also said at the time there were discussions over whether her children should get titles and protection.

During her first pregnancy, Meghan also said, she was suicidal and when she reached out to the palace for help she was told they could not help her.

And the Duchess spoke about reports that had emerged in November 2018 claiming she had made Kate cry in the run-up to her wedding, saying the reverse had actually happened.

Speaking of the claim that she had left Kate in tears over an argument on the bridesmaids’ dresses, Meghan told Oprah: “Everyone in the institution knew it wasn’t true.”

Prince Harry lifted the lid on his relationship with Prince Charles, Prince William and the Queen.

The Duke said to have a “really good relationship and understanding” with his grandmother and he never blindsided her over Megxit, revealing they had discussed his plans for the future three times before he and Meghan issued their first bombshell statement on changing the role within the Firm.

Speaking about his father and brother, however, Prince Harry said he “feels let down” by Charles and his relationship with William is, at the moment, one of “space”.

The Royal Family did not reply to each single claims made by the Sussexes.

The Queen issued a 61-word-long statement in which she said the Family was saddened to learn the extent to which Meghan and Harry had struggled over the past few years.

She added: “The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning.

“Whilst some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately.

“Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be much loved family members.” 

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