Prince Harry 'looked uncomfortable' in Corden chat says expert
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Meghan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry’s much-anticipated interview with American chat show legend Oprah Winfrey is due to air next week and the programme has already been described as Oprah’s best-ever work. The sitdown is due to be the first time the Sussexes openly discuss their decision to leave royal life behind and is expected to attract global interest.
On Friday, US TV journalist Gayle King added to the hype around the TV special by claiming sources had told her it was Oprah’s best work yet.
Royal author and editor Omid Scobie tweeted a quote from Ms King, who claimed insiders have told her Oprah’s sitdown with Sussexes is “the best interview she’s ever done.”
Mr Scobie tweeted: “Gayle King on the forthcoming ‘Oprah with Meghan & Harry’ special:
“‘I’ve heard from reliable sources—this is Oprah talking—that it’s the best interview she’s ever done. I think that’s saying something!’”’
When will Prince Harry and Meghan’s interview air?
The CBS special which is due to focus mainly on Meghan with Harry joining at the end is due to air on March 7, hours after the Queen’s special Commonwealth Day message goes out on BBC One.
The programme will be broadcast at 8pm EST in the US (around 1am UK time on Monday.)
Plans for the no holds barred interview has already ruffled feathers among palace aides who fear they could face criticism from the Sussexes, for the way they perceived themselves to have been treated during their time as senior royals.
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