Royal Expert Cautions That a Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Tell-All Interview ‘Would Go Down so Badly’

by Jeremy Spirogis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend an official photocall to announce their engagement

Since Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex exited the royal household, it’s been rumored that the one or each of them would do a post-exit tell-all interview. Numerous stories of an interview swirled after Prince Harry and Meghan introduced their plan to step again from their royal duties, with rumors that they had been in discussions to take a seat down with Oprah and Ellen DeGeneres to share their story.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend an official photocall to announce their engagement
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle | Karwai Tang/WireImage

Prince Harry and Meghan reportedly might earn $1 million for an interview

The Daily Star reported on the rumored tell-all interview, with insiders sharing that Oprah was the highest decide. “Sources near the Duchess revealed Oprah Winfrey is a favourite to quiz Meghan on her bombshell exit with Harry from ‘the Firm,’ the Daily Star famous (through Page Six).

Further, a supply advised Daily Star that Meghan needed to “allow cameras to film their home and family life, and Harry is said to be giving ‘serious consideration’ to the proposal.”

“Meghan wants to donate all the money to charity — probably the NHS after the incredible efforts of all the frontline workers,” the supply famous.

The insider added, “When she was a part of the Royal Family,
it could have been unthinkable for her to do a solo interview with anybody about
her life and the way being a princess has modified her world. But now she’s very
a lot her personal boss and it has put her below strain feeling that the general public
have misplaced their ‘love’ for her and Harry ­after they took the large step of­ ­going
on their very own.”

Expert cautions them to not do an interview

Not everybody thinks that the Sussexes telling all in an interview is the appropriate transfer for the couple, nonetheless, regardless of the paycheck. Royal knowledgeable Angela Mollard shared her ideas on the matter in the course of the Royals podcast and believes that an interview “would go down so badly.”

“Common sense tells me that this isn’t the right thing for them to do,” Mollard shared in the course of the podcast. “It’s been touted they would be paid $1 million, which doesn’t seem a lot, really. I know it does seem a lot, but for an interview of that magnitude…”

She continued, “If they had been to take a seat down with Oprah, or the like… as a result of Meghan is mates with Oprah… and to talk at all in any element in regards to the royal household and to do an interview, it must have some components of that, about what that was like.”

“It would be car crash Prince Andrew-style interview, part two,” she added.

She in contrast the interview to Princess Diana’s tell-all

The concern is illustrated when evaluating it to Princess Diana’s interview with Martin Bashir. “You have to presume that Meghan would be coming at it from the perspective of Diana’s interview. That kind of ‘I was a victim’ style,” Mollard shared.

She added, “I don’t know if she would do it that way but if she did, she would be absolutely hammered because while the public had affection for Diana because of the three in the marriage scenario with Charles and Camilla, I don’t think there is that depth of affection for Meghan. She was in the royal family for a blink before she was out of it.”

“That lack of staying power juxtaposed against what the queen’s doing, what William and Kate are doing, what Charles and Camilla are doing… I think anything that they said in an interview would go down so badly,” Mollard famous.

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