Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are gearing up for an intimate reunion with Oprah Winfrey next month.
While it is unknown whether the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who made their royal departure last year, tipped off the royal family about their interview with Oprah, a royal source told ET that they are “under no obligation” to notify them. . about their plans.
“The Duke and Duchess are no longer active members of the royal family and therefore any decision they make regarding media engagements is a matter for them,” the source told ET. “As non-working members of the royal family, they have no obligation to inform the royal family of such plans.”
The couple are ready to sit down with Oprah for their first televised interview since their engagement. Oprah with Meghan and Harry: a CBS primetime special will air on March 7, with Meghan chatting for the first time with Oprah about her decision to resign as senior members of the royal family, her marriage, motherhood, philanthropic efforts, and how she is managing life under intense public pressure.
Harry will join the two women and they will talk about their move to the United States, expanding their family and their future plans.
On Valentine’s Day Sunday, Harry and Meghan announced that they were expecting their second child together. The news came months after the previous one. Suits star revealed that she suffered a miscarriage over the summer. The two are already parents to their son Archie, whom they welcomed in May 2019.
Shortly after they announced that their family is growing up, a palace spokesperson shared with ET, “Your Majesty, [the] Duke of Edinburgh, [the] The Prince of Wales and the whole family are delighted and wish them well, “referring to Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip and Prince Charles.
The announcement of the expectant parents was special, as 37 years ago, on Valentine’s Day, Princess Diana shared with the world that she was pregnant with Harry.
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