A new clip from Oprah dropped on CBS Friday morning. In it, Meghan repeated her complaints that Buckingham Palace tried to strip her of agency and a voice.
If Oprah Winfrey doesn’t ask Meghan Markle about the escalating palace bullying allegations, Sunday’s interview may be seen as pro-Sussex propaganda. It’s time to shoot an add-on.
Pressure builds on Meghan Markle, with reports of aides “queuing up” to give evidence to a Buckingham Palace inquiry into her alleged workplace bullying.
Andrew Pierce, who is white, told a radio caller Meghan was “very attractive” adding: “I never look at her and think, ‘Gosh she’s Black!’ in the way you look at Oprah Winfrey.”
Buckingham Palace has announced it will investigate allegations of bullying made against Meghan Markle. That, plus whatever is said in Oprah’s interview, may lead to more conflict.
William and Kate, Charles and Camilla, Edward and Sophie Wessex, and the redoubtable Princess Anne are the new “magnificent seven.” But can they emulate Harry and Meghan’s magic?
Prince Philip’s transfer to a specialist heart hospital has stoked fears the 99-year-old could be close to dying. Should Harry and Meghan press pause on Oprah?
A few early clips of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview show that Sunday’s special is likely to be every bit as explosive as the royals fear.
In a candid bus-top interview, the British prince suggested he was pushed out of the royal family and denied he had “walked away.”