Prince William ‘cannot move on’ from Meghan and Harry’s ‘diabolical’ Oprah interview

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey could be their “undoing” in terms of their relationship with the future monarchy, as Prince William reportedly “cannot move on” from the upset caused by the bombshell interview. According to a royal commentator, the Duke of Cambridge is reluctant for the “repetitiveness” of Harry and Meghan’s complaints to overshadow the charitable work done by him and his wife, Kate. 

Royal commentator Neil Sean claimed: “For Prince William himself, I am told that he really cannot move on from that diabolical interview that the twosome gave way back in March.

“A lot of people are saying ‘oh eventually he’ll get over that and they’ll be able to reconcile’, well for those that know Prince William well, basically Prince William will not be moving forward from that because he doesn’t see a reason to.

“He doesn’t truly understand what the motivation was behind the duo sitting down to do the interview, and for them that could be their very own undoing.

“As Catherine and William forge ahead with their charitable works and of course, many good deeds, they certainly don’t want to be put off by the repetitiveness and boringness of Harry and Meghan always trying to steal the limelight.”

During the interview, which aired on CBS on March 7, the Sussexes detailed their rift with the Royal Family and Buckingham Palace. 

Allegations included members of the Royal Family ignoring Meghan’s mental health, leaving her feeling suicidal whilst pregnant, and later denying their son a title. 

Buckingham Palace aides were accused of refusing to intervene when defamatory and false articles were published about the Duchess, leaving her to feel unsupported and vilified by the press. 

Prince Harry openly spoke of his relationship with his royal relatives, admitting he felt “really let down” by Prince Charles, who had stopped answering his calls. 

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He also characterised his relationship with Prince William as “space”, whilst Meghan corrected the allegation that she had made Kate cry in a dispute over flower girl dresses. 

She told Oprah that it was Kate who had in fact made her upset and that this story had been inaccurately reported by the British tabloid press. 

However, the most damaging allegation was that a senior unnamed member of the Royal Family had made a racist remark about their unborn son. 

The interview plunged Buckingham Palace into a PR crisis and caused Prince William to respond, ‘We are very much not a racist family’ when queried by reporters.


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After the interview aired, Prince Harry continued to conduct interviews where he criticised the British monarchy, telling host Dax Shephard that being in the Royal Family was similar “to being in a zoo”. 

He also claimed to Oprah in a subsequent interview, that he would “never be bullied into silence again”.

Despite reuniting for the funeral of Prince Philip and the unveiling of a statue for Princess Diana, the relationship between Prince Harry and Prince William is reportedly still strained. 

Meghan Markle has not returned to the UK since the couple’s final engagements in March 2020, and has not seen any of her royal in-laws. 

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