US News Duchess Meghan: "Elephant in a china shop": Samantha Markle raises serious allegations before the interview.
Duchess Meghan: After allegations of bullying: Now the palace turns on
At Prince Harry (36) and Duchess Meghan (39, nee Meghan Markle) something is going on right now. In a few days, her big reveal interview will be broadcast (March 7th), the pregnancy of the 39-year-olds continues and then there is also the little Archie (1), the mums and dads demands full attention. And that day after day! But the British royals in California don't seem to be really calm. Because new negative headlines keep making the rounds.
In an interview with the "Sunday Mirror", 56-year-old Samantha Markle explains that the interview with Oprah was broadcast at the wrong time. In her opinion, one should have waited until Prince Philip can leave the hospital after his heart surgery.Meghan only acts in her own interest - regardless of others
"It's stressful that someone is opposed to this drama and this personal attack runs the family when he's so weak right now, "said Markle. She goes on to say that "any decent person" would wait for the situation to improve, but Meghan is not interested. She is aware of the possible consequences of her behavior, but like an "elephant in a china shop" she would only think of herself.
Kate and William: their support for Elizabeth II which says a lot about their relationship with Meghan and Harry
© PA Photos / ABACA Kate and William: their support for Elizabeth II which says a lot about their relationship with Meghan and Harry On Sunday March 7, the exclusive interview with Meghan and Harry by Oprah Winfrey will (finally) be broadcast. But a few hours before, Elizabeth II herself will make a rare television appearance on BBC One. And she won't be alone. Kate and William have responded to the Queen.
Shortly before the big interview, more and more of Meghan's friends protect the Duchess. She likes to highlight what a great person she is with photos. We show you the new private snapshots:
The American is not only worried about Prince Philip, but also about her own father, Thomas Markle. The 76-year-old has already suffered two heart attacks and the interview could have a further negative impact on his health. "My father could die at any moment, but Meghan doesn't care," she complained to the newspaper."Interview to be one of the worst things the royal family has ever had to deal with"
Samantha Markle fears that Harry and Meghan's interview will hurt the royal family as much as it hurt their own family. She is certain: "This interview is going to be one of the worst things the royal family has ever had to deal with."
Meghan Markle and Harry: this huge sum paid for their interview
© Capture TV CBS via Bestimage Meghan Markle and Harry: this huge sum paid for their interview Great events the great means. If the interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry carried out by Oprah Winfrey this Sunday, March 7 is likely to make a lot of talk for its content, it is already commented for its astronomical price. This is an interview that is worth gold literally, as well as figuratively.
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