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Entertainment Meghan Markle and Harry: their interview turns into a nightmare ...

21:50  03 march  2021
21:50  03 march  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

Princess Diana said she was seen as a 'threat' by Camilla-Parker Bowles from the moment they met

  Princess Diana said she was seen as a 'threat' by Camilla-Parker Bowles from the moment they met "I was a very young girl but I was a threat," Diana said of her first meeting with Camilla, who was 14 years her senior.Speaking in secretly-recorded interviews in 1991 for her biography, "Diana: Her True Story" by Andrew Morton, the Princess of Wales opened up about her relationship with the Duchess of Cornwall.

Meghan Markle et Harry : leur interview tourne au cauchemar... © AGENCE / BESTIMAGE Meghan Markle and Harry: their interview turns into a nightmare ... This Wednesday March 3, Metro magazine reveals that Meghan's interview Markle and Prince Harry promises to be disastrous for their image, especially because of Prince Philip's health concerns.

Going back is not an option for the Sussexes. While the health of Prince Philip , 99, worries the elite, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry make no compromises: despite requests to lobby CBS for to postpone the broadcast of their interview with Oprah Winfrey, the spouses remain silent. Who does not say a word consents. Recorded beforehand, their interview will be broadcast at all costs on American television, then on the antenna of ITV, in the United Kingdom. The CBS channel, which has "no loyalty to the royal family" , deprives itself of comment. If it symbolized the deliverance of Archie's parents, finally authorized to evoke their difficulties within the Firm, the interview scandalizes and promises to undermine their image , already tarnished at the discretion of the controversies.

CBS Paid at Least $7 Million for Rights to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Interview with Oprah: Report

  CBS Paid at Least $7 Million for Rights to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Interview with Oprah: Report Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were not paid to take part in the interview, which will air Sunday on CBSCBS reportedly paid a licensing fee of between $7 and $9 million to air the special, according to The Wall Street Journal. Meghan and Harry were not paid to take part in the interview.

A "diplomatic bomb" according to the British press and a threat which Meghan Markle would have done well, while she is accused of harassment by former members of her staff. And according to the British magazine Metro , this Wednesday March 3, the wife of prince Harry would have even crumpled her friend Oprah . She could not bear to see the Duke of Sussex confide in the reasons for their departure from the monarchy in The Late Late Show by James Corden. "She wasted a few million dollars there , but I find it simply extraordinary that a couple who are so rich (...) can succeed in making themselves seem so cheap ", jokes the journalist Benjamin Butterworth to our colleagues across the Channel. Prince Philip, him, continues his treatment at Saint Bartholomew's hospital.

Prince Harry Says He and Meghan Markle Did Not 'Blindside' Queen About Royal Exit

  Prince Harry Says He and Meghan Markle Did Not 'Blindside' Queen About Royal Exit Harry added that he had two conversations with his father, Prince Charles, "before he stopped taking my calls"During the couple's interview with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday, the TV host asked if they "blindsided" the monarch by releasing a statement in Jan. 2020 about stepping back to the public.

  Meghan Markle et Harry : leur interview tourne au cauchemar... © Provided by Gala Prince Philip at Canada House on April 19, 2015 EXPRESS SYNDICATION / BESTIMAGE The grueling treatment of Prince Philip

Far from the fiasco of the Sussex interview, the Duke of Edinburgh is treated for a infection and was placed under observation due to cardiac history. The husband of Her Majesty Elizabeth II - who, for her part, remains faithful to his credo, "never complain, never explain" - joined the Saint-Bartholomew hospital this Monday, March 1, . Two days after this transfer, Camilla Parker Bowles gave news of Prince Philip by wanting to be reassuring . According to the Duchess of Cornwall, quoted by the tabloid The Sun, the nonagenarian is doing "slightly" better, although his treatment him "[hurts] at times."

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Meghan Markle said royals discussed a rule change so Archie would not be a prince—which Newsweek has learned cuts to the heart of Prince Charles' plans for the future of the monarchy.The Duchess of Sussex told Oprah Winfrey and a global audience of millions how conversations about Archie's title had implications for whether he would get security.

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