Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s highly expected Tell-All-Interview with Oprah Winfrey could cause some concerns under the royal family.
The Royal Expert Katie Nikoll tells ET that the Family of Queen Elizabeth II would probably prefer that the Winfrey’s No-Holds conversation with the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex due to the health concerns of Harry’s 99-year-old grandfather, Prince Philip, is postponed.
Meghan Markle said she “lost her voice” as a member of the British Royal Family.
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Buckingham Palace said in a statement that the queen’s husband has been hospitalized since 16 February, as he continues treatment for an infection and is subject to tests with an existing heart condition.
According to the publication, employees claimed that they were driven to tears with California native confrontations.
On Wednesday, March 3, the palace responded to the relevant charges.
The Communications team of Sussexes initially refused the claims in a statement to the times and called the “calculated smear campaign based on misleading and harmful misinformation.” A Rep for Meghan Markle issued his own response pointing out that the philanthropist “is determined” to “insert an example of what is correct” and has a positive effect.
“This interview is clearly a very difficult time for the royal family,” Nikoll places that in all these stories in relation to your family that “they are much more with the more serious affair, what is the health of the Duke of Edinburgh is seriously ill in the hospital.
Nikoll says that “some royal commentators and experts believe that this interview is framed and advised to a less sensitive time for the royal family should be beamed.”
She adds: “Timing could not be worse for the royal family. This interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry comes at such a difficult time.”
As for Philip’s Condition, Nicholl says he “slowly responds to the treatment”.
“He’s clearly very uncomfortable,” she goes on. “I think if he should take a turn for the worst back then, there may be an argument to move [Harry and Meghan’s Interview] and move it to make a more appropriate time.”