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The Duke and thecame under fire earlier this month as it emerged they would be participating in a "tell-all" interview with their friend and media mogul Oprah Winfrey. Some critics of the couple accused them of being "disrespectful" toward the for agreeing to an interview that will confirm "presumably, why they were unhappy" as senior working royals.
But according to journalist Darren Lewis, the couple will discuss "some areas without telling us anything".
Writing in the Daily Mirror, Mr Lewis explained that Meghan "sees someone she can actually relate to" in Ms Winfrey.
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MEGHAN MARKLE is believed to "look to Kate Middleton for direction" and admires her, according to a body language expert.Prior to her relationship with Harry, Meghan found fame in her acting roles in the US.
He added: "Anyone who watched The Oprah Winfrey Show during the Eighties and Nineties will know the Mississippi-born producer, author and actress is a woman trusted by great swathes of middle and working class America.
"A mother figure with the strong principles and quiet dignity of Meghan's own mum, Doria Ragland."
"To listen to the commentators pontificating on the strategy that Oprah will take is to know they have not watched a single one of her shows.
"Oprah is gentle, sensitive and understanding. She is no headline-chasing sensationalist.
"She has her own stories to tell about refusing to be silenced, fighting to ensure others have a voice and the unconscious bias to which Meghan has opened Prince Harry's eyes."
Royal Family LIVE: Queen faces Meghan Markle chaos - bombshell book's ominous chapter name
MEGHAN MARKLE'S outspoken half-sister Samantha's new tell-all book contains an ominous chapter title, which could spark chaos for Queen Elizabeth II. The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister: A Memoir, Part One, published by Barnes and Noble, contains a chapter called Queen Would be Appalled - a bold name-check which could put officials on alert.
Last Friday, Harry and Meghan confirmed they would not be returning as working members of the Royal Family.
With their decision comes a shakeup of royal roles that will see the Queen redistribute the titles the couple left behind.
Harry renounced his patronage of the Rugby Football League (RFL) and Rugby Football Union along with his honorary military titles, while Meghan gave up her patronage of the National Theatre.
According to, the Queen is believed to have picked "long ago" which royals will take over the couple's roles.
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'Beyond parody!' Piers Morgan savages 'Duke and Duchess of privacy' Meghan and Harry
MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have been attacked by Piers Morgan over their baby announcement and televised interview with Oprah Winfrey - with the Good Morning Britain presenter sarcastically branding the pair the "Duke and Duchess of Privacy".GMB presenter Mr Morgan described the news of their bombshell interview as "beyond parody".
Prince Edward, or his wife Sophie Wessex, could soon become National Theatre patron to substitute Meghan.
Princess Anne may potentially replace Harry as Captain General of the Royal Marines, a role close to his heart.
Prince William is said to be perceived as a possible substitute for his younger brother with the RFL as he had previously worked with the RFL's current chair, Simon Johnson.
'I have higher priorities!' BBC QT audience member snaps over 'focus' on Meghan and Harry .
A BBC Question Time audience member has demanded that the UK focus on "more pressing" issues than Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's new life post-Royal Family.She told the panel: "They are in the public eye and trying to manage it as best as possible.